Handy Interior House Painting Techniques


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Are you looking for a creative way to make a room stand out? One fun way to make a statement is to use one of the many interior painting techniques that are so popular today.

Faux Painting

Faux painting is one technique many people use to make the interior of a home beautiful. Since many types of faux painting are so easy to apply, these are creative projects that the whole family can do.

To practice faux painting techniques, begin with a table or other piece of furniture. You may want to choose a shabby side table for this project, since there isn’t a big investment in materials if you aren’t satisfied with the final result. You may want to use an oil based paint for the table if you plan to place the finished piece in an unprotected area, such as a patio on the exterior of the house.

Step By Step

First, you will need to apply a coat of primer. Then, apply a base coat of color. Now, you will need to decide on your technique.

Sponging and ragging are simple projects for beginners. You will just need to sponge or rag a lighter coat of paint to the table until you are satisfied with the final result. Once the table is dry, apply a coat of polyurethane or other protective sealer if you will be using the piece outside.

Now that you know how to use the techniques you wanted to master, it is time for you to begin using those techniques for painting the interior of your house. Primer the wall or walls you want to use the faux painting technique on. Next, apply your base coat of paint. Once the paint is thoroughly dry, begin sponging or ragging the top coat of paint onto the walls.

When you’ve mastered these simple faux painting techniques, you will probably want to decorate every wall on the interior and the exterior of your house. After all, in most homes, there aren’t enough walls for the homeowner to be able to use every interior painting technique.

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