There are so many amazing options when it comes to painting a room. From using stencils and spray paint to creating a stripe design, you can achieve any look you want. If you don’t know where to start, you can start by painting your room the same color as your furniture. Alternatively, you can use a stencil and paint the wall behind it the same color as the furniture. Here are some perfect and easy decorative wall painting designs to try:
Paint the wall behind a stencil to create an ombre effect
To create an ombre effect, use two different colors, one light, and one dark, on the same wall. If you’re unsure how to mix two different shades of paint, you can try a technique called color blocking, where you combine colors from one color to create another. Then, blend them seamlessly using a brush. You can also use color blocking to create an eye-catching accent wall.
Paint the wall the same color as your furniture
Painting the wall the same color as your furniture unifies the room and creates an inviting backdrop for the orange accents. Painting the walls the same color as the furniture also allows you to conceal utilitarian features like wire shelves. Pegboard has a classic feel but can be disguised to create a more contemporary look. In a small room, a wall-to-wall paint job is a great way to add interest without overpowering the space.
Create an arch mural
For a unique and interesting mural, use the following tips to create an arch mural: Measure the size of your arch, then use a pencil or painter’s tape to outline the outline. Then, trace the arch with a pencil, allowing the lines to overlap slightly. Cut a piece of string the length of the arch, plus a few inches extra to tie to a pencil.
Create a stripe design
To create a stripe wall painting design, measure the length of your wall and divide the width into even increments. For easier painting, use a colored pencil to make light hash marks instead of regular graphite pencil lines. Begin painting in the corner of the room that is least noticeable. You may need to adjust the width of the last few stripes. Wrapping the color around the corner of the room also helps.