Blending Colours and Integrating Patterns: Unique Painting IdeasBlending Colours and Integrating Patterns: Unique Painting Ideas


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Blending Colours and Integrating Patterns: Unique Painting Ideas

Hi. My name is Kate. Welcome to my blog. I love painting, but I also love the art of collage. As a result, I like to play with colours and patterns when I painting. I have done everything from painting with sponges to freehand painting murals and patterns. I love it. As a busy mum with two kids and several dogs, I don't always have the time to paint that I like, but if I had more time, I would probably repaint a room every other week. Anyway, I decided to start a blog about painting and wallpapering. I hope you like these ideas.

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Commercial paintwork is different from the residential painting projects you normally handle alone. The area covered by paint is extensive, and the results have to be perfect. The colours and quality of the paintwork you pick for your business premises will affect the image you send to your current and potential customers about your business. If your business is still growing, you might be tempted to have the employees help with the paintwork; however, you will gain more when you spend some money on a professional painting contractor. Read More 

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Line markings are used to direct the flow of traffic both on the road and in car parking lots. Line markings aren't something that many people think about in their day-to-day lives but is something that could cost you in the future if you don't get it done right. Car park lines are also not the only line-markings you need if you want to have an inclusive business environment for your customers and clients to arrive to. Read More 

Ideas For Painting A Child’s Bedroom

Painting a child's bedroom can be challenging. You need to approach it differently from other rooms as a kid's area has particular needs. It needs to be a fun place in which they enjoy playing, but it also needs to be a tranquil sleep space. In addition, the walls require extra hardiness to cope with the rough treatment they might receive. Balancing Fun And Tranquility Splashing vibrant colours such as red and orange across the walls might create a fun and stimulating space, but what then happens at bedtime? Read More 

3 Tips For Handling a Commercial Painting Project Effectively

Is your company planning to undertake a commercial painting project soon? The failure or success of any painting project is mainly determined by the skill level, knowledge and experience of the commercial painting contractor. Drafting a budget and schedule before the initiation of the project are equally vital factors that must be considered in a painting job. This post will focus on painting project scheduling. Efficient project scheduling assists building managers to lessen disruption to the day-to-day operations by making sure the painting task is handled according to the pre-established plan. Read More 

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It's becoming increasingly common knowledge that certain products you might have in your home aren't all that environmentally friendly. This is leading to a gradual decrease in the availability of these products, some of which might be obvious in their potential to harm the environment, whereas others of them might not be. Australia already has a voluntary ban on plastic microbeads in beauty products (with the onus on retailers to stop stocking the products in question), and the European Union is set to ban many single-use plastic products, such as plastic plates, cutlery and drinking straws. Read More