Wednesday, October 3, 2012

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Living Room Interior Design Tips For You

Sometimes living room interior design can be a confusing process. However there are many different interior design tips for you to try on your living room. One of the first things that need to be chosen believe it or not is the paint color. Lighting and everything else will revolve around the colors of the wall. It is up to you to decide which color you want and what kind of lighting you want. A light dark color would be appropriate if you want to enhance dimmer lighting. However if you want a bright room, then a brighter color is desired.

Interior design tips that cover living room design are mainly centered towards buying the appropiate furniture for your living room. This needs to reflect the mood and lighting of this room. For light rooms, furniture needs to be in lighter woods and colors. If it is to be darker then the furniture will be darker. When it comes to lighting you have to be careful and choose the right kind of lighting for the room. It depends on what you want in the lighting of the room. Harsh lighting is really not encouraged in this room. If you want a traditional design, patterns such as flowers and leaves in fabric will be the best to use here.

Other interior design tips include using comfortable seating in your living room. You need to consider the size of the living room before you buy furniture for it. Take into consideration the height and size of the room when choosing furniture to put into the living room. Remember that you have to have a focal point in the living room. When you are considering pictures, try and get them as a set or arrange a theme of pictures on the wall. Don’t use florescent light in the living room as it tends to yellow people and things out Incandescent is the better light to use.

Using dimmer lights along with a central light is another one of the great interior design tips that can be though about. When it comes to furniture, make sure that you can walk around it. Less is more when it comes to pictures in the living room. When it comes to furniture, make sure that you pick comfortable and long lasting furniture that will last. TV and other electronics may also be selected to finish out the living room of your dreams.

Combining all these interior design tips to create a wonderful living room will make your living room comfortable as well as functional. Each of these ideas can be combined for an ideal living room. You have so much to choose from when it comes to designing and decorating a living room. There are many different elements that can be used when it comes to decorating a living room to suit your needs. No matter what style and style elements that you choose, you can be sure that you will have the living room of your dreams when you use decorating tips and common sense.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

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Monday, July 30, 2012

How to Paint with Acrylic Paint

Preparing to Paint
Preparing to Paint

You should have plenty of air circulation and ventilation in the room you will be painting. Use an oscillating fan for additional circulation.

Removing Hardware

Before painting the walls, remove all the hardware in the room and anything hanging on the walls. The following are items you may have to remove:

    * Electrical switch plates and receptacle plates
    * Cable TV outlets
    * Phone jack covers
    * Curtains
    * Art/pictures
    * All decorations
    * Nails/screws

If you've decided to paint the ceiling as well as the walls, remove all ceiling fixtures. For fixtures that are suspended by a post:

   1. Remove the cover plate.
   2. Cover the fixture to protect it from paint drips.
   3. Paint the area covered by the plate.
   4. Once the ceiling is dry, simply replace the plate.

Protecting Furniture and Immovable Items

Remove any furniture that you can from the room. All other furniture should be pulled away from the walls. Move as much furniture as possible to the center of the room.

After you've removed everything that can be moved, protect all areas that won't be painted.

    * Use painter's tape and plastic sheets to cover electrical receptacles and switches.
    * Cover all of your furniture and floor area with drop cloths. Paintbrushes sometimes drip and rollers emit a fine spray of paint that settles over the room like dust.

Repairing Walls

A new coat of paint should be applied to a clean, hole-free surface. If you are painting over a pre-painted wall, make sure there is no loose or flaking paint. If your home was built before 1978, you may have lead paint on the interior walls.

All holes and imperfections in the wall should be repaired. Be sure to wear a dust mask when sanding. The basic repair steps are below:

   1. Apply the spackling compound with a putty knife. Spread the compound over the hole several times using an X motion. Scrape off excess compound from the wall.
   2. Allow the spackling compound to dry overnight according to the manufacturer's instructions.
   3. Close all doors and vents to prevent the sanding dust from spreading to other areas of the house.
   4. Sand the repaired area smooth using fine-grit sandpaper (150 to 200 grit).
   5. Clean the repaired areas to remove dust.

Cleaning and Taping the Walls

Now that everything in the room is removed and/or covered, it is time to wash the walls and remove dirt, dust and other substances. Wear gloves to protect your hands.

   1. Wash the walls from the bottom up using TSP (tri-sodium phosphate).
   2. Rinse the walls with clean water and a sponge.
   3. Allow the walls to dry before taping.
   4. Protect your moulding and window sills with painter's tape.
   5. Apply the tape in a straight line along the bottom of the crown and along the top of the base moulding. Make sure the lines are level and smooth.

Painting Tips


New construction and patched or repaired areas will need to be primed before painting. Priming seals the surface and helps the paint cover more evenly. See Choosing Primer for information on the best kind of primer for your application. If you are painting a pre-finished surface that has a high gloss paint, prime it before re-painting.
If your paint is a deep color such as red, use a gray or matching tinted primer to match the paint. The tinted primer will reduce the number of coats necessary.

Application and Technique

Open the paint can and stir well. Make sure you mix down into the bottom of the can. The paint pigment needs to be thoroughly blended.

Suggested Painting Order

After you've repaired, cleaned, taped and primed, it is time for the actual painting. After all of the preparation you owe it to yourself to choose a high quality paint that will give you professional looking results. Picking the Right Interior Paint can help you choose the best paint for your room.

The order in which you paint a room should be top to bottom. The following areas should be painted in this order:

   1. Ceiling
   2. Walls
   3. Windows and Doors
   4. Trim

If you are painting your room in radically different colors, apply the lighter paint color first and then the darker color.

Taking Breaks and Overnight Drying

    * If you take a break, never leave your brushes/rollers in paint. Cover paint trays with a damp rag to keep a paint skin from forming.
    * When taking overnight breaks, tightly seal paint cans and throw away tray liners.
    * Clean rollers/brushes and allow them to dry overnight.
    * If you are using the same paint colors the next day, you can keep the paint on the rollers/brushes by wrapping them in plastic wrap and placing them in the freezer. The rollers/brushes won't dry out or get hard.

Painting Ceilings
Painting Ceilings

Most people dread the thought of painting the ceiling. If you use a paint extension pole, the job will be a lot easier. You can stand on the floor to paint the majority of the ceiling. If your ceilings are vaulted, you may have to use a stepstool or ladder in conjunction with an extension pole.

Step 1

Start in the corner of the room and paint the edge of the ceiling along the walls using a paint edger. Be careful to not get paint on the guide rollers on the edger.

Step 2

Roll the paint on with a series of diagonal swaths (shaped like the letter M). Fill in the open areas by cross-rolling.

Painting Walls
Dip the roller in the paint tray. Roll it back and forth on the ridged part at the top of the tray to evenly distribute the paint.

Step 1

Pour the paint in the reservoir area of a lined tray.

Step 2

Use a small angled brush to paint next to the floor boards, ceiling and corners. This application will take some practice. In addition to the brush, use a long painter's shield to help with edging around moulding. Paint the area about 2 inches above the floor moulding and 2 inches below the crown moulding.

Step 3

Load the roller and apply the paint in a large M shape, beginning in a corner near the ceiling. Fill in by rolling across the M.

Step 4

Paint the wall in blocks of 4 ft. by 4 ft. from the ceiling to the floor. Paint each adjacent block before the previous one dries to blend the edges together.

Step 5

If using high-gloss or semi-gloss paint, apply in smaller sections that measure 2 ft. x 2 ft.

Step 6

Allow the walls to dry completely. This usually takes about 3 hours.

Step 7

Add a second coat of paint if the first coat isn't the desired color.

Step 8

Paint the windows starting with the sashes. Then paint down the window casing to the sill.

Step 9

Paint the woodwork using a sash brush. Paint with the grain of the wood.

Painting Doors

If you are painting your doors, use the following method:

    * For raised panel doors, paint the panels first using a sash brush. Then paint the door from top to bottom.
    * Flat panel doors can be painted with a roller.

Clean Up Paint

Before you remove the drop cloths wait at least three hours for the paint to completely dry. Don't re-hang pictures for at least a day.

Latex Paint

Brushes and rollers can be re-used if properly cleaned.

   1. Scrape away as much paint as possible from the brush/roller using a paint stirring stick.
   2. Immediately soak the brushes/rollers (remove the roller from the frame before soaking) in water. Use a brush comb to remove additional paint.
   3. Squeeze the brushes/rollers to remove excess water.
   4. Clean them with warm, soapy water.
   5. Rinse thoroughly and squeeze out as much water as possible.
   6. Hang the brush/roller up to dry.
   7. Wrap brushes in paper towels to help keep the bristles in good condition.

Oil-Based Paint

Soak brushes/rollers in paint thinner and follow steps 2-5 above.