Neutrals are not just a Safe Option.
Panache’s Vinyl Silk and Earth Finish Paint Colour ranges offer a number of neutral colour options to choose from for use in your home. Neutral colours as seen on the Panache Colour Studio Display in all Jack’s Paint and Hardware stores can be used in any design scheme.
Neutrals are believed by many to be a timeless and classic colour choice, providing the ideal backdrop when you want to add a touch of vibrant colour, pattern and texture to any design scheme. It is for this reason that neutrals are at times classified as being elegant and easy to live with as they ideally will not clash with any given colour. A cautionary word of advice now follows though: Neutral colours should always be used with specific intent rather than as an excuse to ‘play it safe’.
Painting a Room with Neutral Colours.
Painting a room with soft neutral colours is known to make a small room appear more open and spacious. Use of deeper neutrals in a spacious room on the other hand is known to make the space appear warm, inviting and cosy. It is recommended that if a design scheme is being considered in neutral colours, then varying intensities of the chosen colours be applied to avoid a monotonous and bland neutral colour finish within the space.
Livening Up a Room with Paint.
For rooms that are already suffering the above described ‘bland’ effects, why not consider using some colour to liven up your neutral spaces. Use colourful accents as feature walls or to accentuate architectural features of interest in a predominantly neutral-coloured design scheme.
Preparing to Paint.
All surfaces to be painted should however be cleaned beforehand using Panache’s Liquid Sugar Soap which will remove dirt, grime and stains. Jack’s Flash Fill should be used to fill any visible cracks and dents to ensure a smooth paint finish. Flakes and irregularities of old paint on the walls should be scraped, whilst all bare surfaces must be primed with Panache’s Pigmented Plaster Primer. Please note that if considering to convert a dark coloured room into a neutral hue, then the walls must be adequately primed to ensure that the dominantly darker colours are covered well enough before light coloured paints are applied. This will ensure accurate colour rendering of the softer neutral tones chosen. All glossy surfaces should be sanded down to provide good adhesion for both Panache Universal Undercoat and the final two coats of Panache’s Vinyl Silk or Colour Studio Colour Ranges.
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