transform your walls with these 6 easy painting steps

    Are you planning on painting your room soon?

    Well, there are no ‘easy’ walls! Painting a room requires a lot of trial and error. If you make a mistake, you must redo the process until you get it right. The good news is that you can do a few simple things to make painting easier.

    1. Make a plan

    make a plan
    Check the dimensions of your room to determine the amount of paint you will need.

    Know if painting needs to be done in multiple sessions.

    Consider the size of the room you’re painting. Are you planning to paint all four walls the same color? Is the ceiling getting painted too? Plan and manage your time based on the size of your room.

    2. Choose a color

    choose a color
    Many paint companies have capabilities on their websites that allow you to upload a photo of the room and see how various colors would look on the walls.

    Choosing a paint color for your walls can be tricky. What factors should you take into account when picking a color?

    Find a color that matches your furniture’s theme.

    If your decoration or furniture has a specific color theme, knowing what will complement it is important. Finding the perfect color can be challenging, but you just need to research or find inspiration. This way, you’ll know what color schemes will look great in your room.

    Also, understand that the result may not look the same as the inspiration you’re trying to recreate. Ultimately, you’ll have to decide what you want more than anything else.

    Choose a color that will match the mood you want to create in the room.

    Colors may affect the mood of the room. So you would want to consider how you want the room to feel when choosing a color. How colors are combined can create different mood states. If you are looking for a room where you want to feel comfortable and at ease, blue is probably the right color. The overall color scheme of a blue room creates a relaxed feeling. However, green is the way to go if you want to work in a deeply calm state.

    3. Get the necessary tools ready

    get the necessary tools ready
    To avoid delays, make sure you have all of your tools ready.

    Below is the list of tools you’ll need to paint your room.

    • Paint
    • Roller Paint
    • Pain Brushes
    • Paint Tray
    • Painter’s tape
    • Drop cloths
    • Sandpaper
    • Rags
    • Ladder