Painting the wall in just one colour already has many variants. How about a wainscot? Creating a separation between colours sounds more difficult than it is. And we should know!
- Paint roller and container
- Paint brushes
- Yellow tape
Step-by-step plan for creating panelling
Step 1: Painting
If you choose a stripe or separation between two colours, it is wise to make one of the two colours the background colour.
Step 2: Provide a paint base
First of all, make sure that the background colour is completely dry before you start. Then choose the spot for the stripe or parting. Use a ruler and place points every few centimetres to continue the line.
Step 3: Adding tape
Because you have marked the line with dots on the wall you can easily add tape.
Step 4: Paint the line
Take the brush and paint the line just over the edge of the tape.
Step 5: Finishing
Then get to work with the paint roller. Paint the surface, and carefully go over the edge of the tape. By painting just over the tape you make the line extra tight.