Description du produit Artiste: Jean Sanders "OURAGAN" profondeur de cadre 80×80 x 4cm …

Produktbeschreibung Künstler: Jean Sanders

Description du produit Artiste: Jean Sanders "OURAGAN", profondeur de cadre 80×80 x 4cm Matière: Peintures acryliques, vernis final, matériau structurel Fond de coloration: La photo est déjà étirée sur du canevas tendu ….

When an inner painter paints inside the home, they usually use a basic color applied with a roller or brush in a flat surface. If you want to add another feel to your home, there are other interior design techniques that can be used. For example, a faux finish gives rise to natural objects such as marble or stone.

paintings

These painted scenes cover a whole wall in the room. This type of interior design is used in a child's room. Sometimes they cover all four walls of a child's room with simple shapes made in bright colors. When an interior painter paints a mural in other rooms in the home, they restrict them to a wall and are more sophisticated. One type of common wall painting is by nature's scenes.

Decorative painting

With these techniques, an inner painter will apply swirls of color using a brush to create ocean waves, flowers and other motifs. They can be used on walls or in borders. Decorative painting can be applied to the backsplash plates instead of the walls behind the stove or sink.

• Stenciling - this is done by using dabbing paint using sponges or brushes in a cutout shape. This creates a pattern when you remove the stencil. This method is mainly used in home-time homes. The stencils are made in the middle or at the top of the wall as a boundary or even on steps. Stenciling does not need artistic skill to create the images. All you have to do is spread the color in the cutout shape on the stencil.
• Striping - this fills the color in a certain space. The inner painter places heavily masking tape in straight lines on the wall. The longer the band is placed, the wider the stripes will be. When the wall has been painted, the masking tape is removed, revealing clear stripes. If you want to put in colors you can place masking tape on both sides of the strip and paint between strips of masking tape. When you remove strips of masking tape, you will have a colored stripe between the large colors of the wall.
• Sponging - this is a very simple technique for adding decoration to your walls. All interior painters have to do is dip a sponge in the color and stamp it on the walls. To give the soft results, the depths are different shades of the same color in dark, bright and medium tones. When making this painting technique, use a type of porous or natural sponge to give you a strong texture.

Use these techniques to add your personal touch to the room.