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SOME TIPS ON DECORATIVE TECHNIQUES IN PAINTING: DIY SOME TIPS ON DECORATIVE TECHNIQUES IN PAINTING: DIY

Painting can be more than a pretty colour on a wall. By using a few decorative techniques, you give character to your interior. Discover the different possibilities here.

Would you like to get something more than a simple smooth wall? Do you want your living space to be particularly pleasing to the eye? Decorative techniques for walls and furniture give them a real authenticity or an instant touch of freshness. Use them throughout the room to beautifully showcase a small area!

Let your walls speak for themselves.

There are 7 decorative painting techniques for walls, which allow you to spice up your interior with colour and texture.

  • Limestone

  • Limestone is a natural product made from slaked lime. Play around with layer thicknesses, brush strokes and overlays - you'll get subtle colour variations that create an authentic feel.

    1. Limestone Spatula

    The spatula technique brings a rustic touch to the room and brings your walls to life. Plus point: the variety of variegated colours, but also craters and ribs are great ways to hide small irregularities in your wall.

    1. Arcade

    Arcade is a matt paint with a decorative streak effect. The visible brush strokes bring a vintage touch to your interior.

    1. Arcade Raffia

    Arcade Raffia creates the appearance of raw linen. Play with horizontal and vertical lines for a light and natural textile effect.

    1. Puntofino

    Puntofino is a fine grain matt paint that gives a subtle cloudy look to your walls. The mat and soft side of this painting bring a beautiful depth. Ideal for a house with a soul!

    1. Beau

    Beau is a discreet, fine-grained structured paint, based on natural elements such as marble powder. The colours have a natural look which gives your modern interior a look that is both artisanal and refined.

    1. Metallic Chic

    The metallic particles present in this paint bring a trendy and luxurious side to your interior. Thanks to the light reflections on the brush strokes, your walls have a brighter appearance.

    Warning :

    You can also correctly apply these elegant techniques on tiles, as long as you use a suitable primer.


    Embellish your furniture

    Do you want to renovate old furniture to personalize your interior further? Thanks to these 3 decorative painting techniques, you offer an instant makeover to this forgotten cabinet!

    Whitewash

    Whitewash fills the natural grain of wood furniture, accentuating the fanciful lines of matter. The decorative effect exudes an atmosphere of nostalgia.

    Mystique 

    chalk paint gives your antique furniture a rustic look by revealing the structure of the wood. The sanding technique highlights mouldings, rosettes and ornaments.

    Bohemia

    This aqueous phase patina gives your painted furniture an aged and outdated look—ideal for creatives who want to use different decorative effects, patina or sponge, for example.

    Are you convinced (e) by a particular technique?

    • Perfect! At work! However, keep the following points in mind.
    • It is best to work in pairs, especially if you want to use a spatula technique.
    • Be sure to do this randomly so that no patterns are visible after the paint dries.
    • Make sure there is enough air circulation to allow the paint to dry optimally.
    • Always use the correct primer for the best result. 

    Implementing a decorative technique takes a little more effort, but the result is worth it! In addition, you can easily hide small imperfections or irregularities.

    Painting can be more than a pretty colour on a wall. By using a few decorative techniques, you give character to your interior. Discover the different possibilities here.

    Would you like to get something more than a simple smooth wall? Do you want your living space to be particularly pleasing to the eye? Decorative techniques for walls and furniture give them a real authenticity or an instant touch of freshness. Use them throughout the room to beautifully showcase a small area!

    Let your walls speak for themselves.

    There are 7 decorative painting techniques for walls, which allow you to spice up your interior with colour and texture.

  • Limestone

  • Limestone is a natural product made from slaked lime. Play around with layer thicknesses, brush strokes and overlays - you'll get subtle colour variations that create an authentic feel.

    1. Limestone Spatula

    The spatula technique brings a rustic touch to the room and brings your walls to life. Plus point: the variety of variegated colours, but also craters and ribs are great ways to hide small irregularities in your wall.

    1. Arcade

    Arcade is a matt paint with a decorative streak effect. The visible brush strokes bring a vintage touch to your interior.

    1. Arcade Raffia

    Arcade Raffia creates the appearance of raw linen. Play with horizontal and vertical lines for a light and natural textile effect.

    1. Puntofino

    Puntofino is a fine grain matt paint that gives a subtle cloudy look to your walls. The mat and soft side of this painting bring a beautiful depth. Ideal for a house with a soul!

    1. Beau

    Beau is a discreet, fine-grained structured paint, based on natural elements such as marble powder. The colours have a natural look which gives your modern interior a look that is both artisanal and refined.

    1. Metallic Chic

    The metallic particles present in this paint bring a trendy and luxurious side to your interior. Thanks to the light reflections on the brush strokes, your walls have a brighter appearance.

    Warning :

    You can also correctly apply these elegant techniques on tiles, as long as you use a suitable primer.


    Embellish your furniture

    Do you want to renovate old furniture to personalize your interior further? Thanks to these 3 decorative painting techniques, you offer an instant makeover to this forgotten cabinet!

    Whitewash

    Whitewash fills the natural grain of wood furniture, accentuating the fanciful lines of matter. The decorative effect exudes an atmosphere of nostalgia.

    Mystique 

    chalk paint gives your antique furniture a rustic look by revealing the structure of the wood. The sanding technique highlights mouldings, rosettes and ornaments.

    Bohemia

    This aqueous phase patina gives your painted furniture an aged and outdated look—ideal for creatives who want to use different decorative effects, patina or sponge, for example.

    Are you convinced (e) by a particular technique?

    • Perfect! At work! However, keep the following points in mind.
    • It is best to work in pairs, especially if you want to use a spatula technique.
    • Be sure to do this randomly so that no patterns are visible after the paint dries.
    • Make sure there is enough air circulation to allow the paint to dry optimally.
    • Always use the correct primer for the best result. 

    Implementing a decorative technique takes a little more effort, but the result is worth it! In addition, you can easily hide small imperfections or irregularities.

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