House painting tips for small spaces

Painting small spaces often seems daunting, but it does not have to be. There are tons of painting ideas for small spaces, which will transform your small area into a more vibrant, inviting space. The beauty of working with small spaces is that you can be quite gutsy in your design choices and get away with it, making a bold statement. Here are three basic painting and design tips for smaller spaces:  The first most important rule is choosing a paint colour that works well with small spaces. The trick is to choose sharp colours as opposed to duller colours. Think along the lines of hot reds and electric blues, yellows and greens for smaller spaces. Another ruling regarding colour is adding unexpected colour accents. This can work well on the inside of a book shelf or any other designated area that is appropriate. The second rule is to create a focal wall. This may allow for a small space to appear larger. The wall can be a shade lighter or darker than that of the other walls. The third rule that works well with some spaces is to colour code. Perhaps having the same colour lampshade, scatter cushions and vase, complementing the paint colour on the walls, is one such example. It creates an organised, flowing atmosphere and makes a small room feel slightly larger. Call on Warrior Paints for House painting tips today Warrior Paints are the experts for all paints from interior house paint, acrylic paint to luxury house paints. Contact Warrior Paints today to receive professional house painting products, service and...

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How to store your spare house paint

House painting often results in spare paint which more often than not goes to waste due to incorrect storing methods. This is an unnecessary expense and can be avoided. Here are five tips for ensuring maximum shelf life for spare house paint: Whether you are storing acrylic paint, luxury house paints or exterior paint, you should always make sure you store the spare paint in an airtight container and away from extreme temperature changes. You can prolong the shelf life of paints, from interior house paints to luxury house paints, by covering the opening of the can with a plastic wrap. It is important to make sure you have sealed the lid securely. Use a rubber hammer to tightly secure the lid to avoid any leakage and continued exposure to air. You should now turn the can upside down for the paint to create its own seal. This allows for the paint to remain fresh during storage. Store the can of spare paint upside down in a place which is out of reach of children and pets. You can now use the spare paint for touch-ups or other painting projects. The above painting tips can ensure you extend the shelf life of spare paint and in doing so, you will save costs on your next painting project. Call on Warrior Paints for house paint advice today Warrior Paints have stock of the very best house paints available and offer painting services, advice and tips to all customers. Contact Warrior Paints today to receive professional house painting products, service and...

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