How Do You Paint Two Walls Different Colors?
It’s always an adventure when it comes to painting a room in your home. What can be even more exciting is spicing things up by painting two walls different colors. This can be done to create dramatic effects, such as one white wall and one red, or can encourage feelings of tranquility and calm with turquoise and sea foam green. Whatever your choices, while the task of painting the walls two colors can add time to the task, the finished product is more than enough reward. Wash any dust, dirt, or mildew off of both walls to prep them. Having a clean wall will give the paint a place to stick rather than sandwiching in dirt that can later cause the paint to peel. Tape off the edges surrounding the intended darker wall. The tape should mark off the ceiling, baseboards, adjacent walls, vents and any windows or doors. Use a foam or bristle brush to work along all the edges and trims. Cover an area about 3 inches out from the trim. With a paint roller cover the remaining areas of the wall, mak