Eggshell Interior Wall Paint
When you’re decorating a room, wall paint may be the most obvious way to dress up bland a wall, but it’s not the only way. With the right wall paint, you can add texture and dimension to your walls that is sure to make them stand out in any room. One of the most popular interior wall paint is eggshell paint color. Eggshell wall paint is a low-luster paint, similar in sheen to the shell of an egg. It is generally used in areas where flat paint is undesirable, such as kitchens and bathrooms. Eggshell wall paint comes in a wide variety of colors and is both easy to apply and easy to clean up. Paints in this color reflect some light and are usually easier to spot clean; they also holds up to more wear and tear while still generally being forgiving on the painter.
Paint you walls with eggshell wall paint with your edger brush, go around the room and paint the edges near the ceilings first, then the corners of the rooms. Remember a paint roller cannot reach far into edges/corners of the room. Pour some eggshell wall paint into your paint roller pan and take your roller and roll it into the paint until it is adequately covered. Begin with painting the ceilings and let dry before deciding if it needs a second coat. Paint the walls starting at the top and working your way down toward the floor. You will want to roll slowly to avoid any necessary paint spatter. Let the walls dry thoroughly before deciding if a second coat is necessary.