Designing Children's Rooms With Various Painting Techniques

Designing Children's Rooms With Various Painting Techniques

In arranging the room, especially a child's room we have to be smart to be creative in order to create an atmosphere that can support the child's personal themes such as the big blue sky for a cheerful children's personalities. This can be done with paint colors or color combinations derived from the techniques of painting.

Techniques that can be done such as painting techniques or other techniques to produce a certain effect in a child's room, as following:
  1. Colourwashing techniques, applied by repeating the sweep of a thin layer of paint (by layering) are criss-crossed.
  2. Sponging technique, which is applied utilizing a sponge foam texture to create the effect of the spots.
  3. Ragging technique, which is similar to sponging technique but using a twisted cloth or plastic.
  4. Shading techniques, with a gradation of colors to paint the lighter color to a darker color.
  5. Spattering or splash technique, which is a technique to paint with a splash of paint by brush or brush. This technique can be replaced with a paintbrush or spray paint methods.
  6. Stencilling technique, namely the media stencil painting techniques with a particular pattern form.
  7. Mechanical stamping, stencilling technique similar to using a specific pattern as a mold paint.
  8. The technique of faux finishes, which is a technique used to paint the texture resembles a certain material, such as bamboo, wood, or marble.
Mood themes, patterns and textures can also be combined to produce a certain visual impressions of the room your baby.

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