There are different types of wall paints, the more you know about suitable paint-able surfaces and the result that can be achieved, the easier it will be to make the correct choice. It is also possible to mix different types wall paint in a room, but you have to know what you are doing. Below are some great options rather than just painting kitchen cabinets white, or painting bathroom green, take a look at these collection.
Matte color is the one of the most common of interior wall paints. There is no sheen or shine to the finish, which makes it ideal for walls and ceilings where no visual distractions are wanted. Although it can take more than a single coat to create a good solid color, it is easy to apply. It can be applied with a roller or brush and it works well in covering imperfections on your walls.
Matte enamel is much like matte paint, but it is far more durable. It is much easier to clean and it rarely needs retouching as matte paint usually do, which gives it a great advantage, particularly if you have young children. It is also great for the kitchen, where you will need to wipe the walls regularly. The visual effect is similar to that of matte paint and it can also be applied in the same way.
This is one of the types of wall paint that many people know of, but don’t really understand. The finish is usually somewhere between matte and gloss and it produces a low, soft sheen, which makes it suitable for areas where you will need to clean the walls regularly. However, a satin finish shouldn’t be used where you have a wall that has imperfections because it will make them more obvious.
This finish has a shine that is very subtle but without the same smoothness like that of a satin finish. Therefore, eggshell finish does not highlight imperfections as much, which makes it a much more suitable interior wall paint. It is easy to apply and it can often cover well with just a single coat, making it the best choice for many people.
Other than matte paint, this is the most common interior wall paint. It is the type of paint that you can use on most walls, even though some people use it sparingly on wall surfaces and prefer to apply it on woodwork due to its high shine. Gloss paint usually show all the imperfections on a wall and to achieve an even coverage on a wall, it will often need more than just a single coat.