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We’re loving the trend of two-tone walls! This is a great way to add a splash of color without having to commit to a whole-room paint job. Whether you choose contrasting colors or complementary hues, this is a fun and easy way to update any space.

New ideas in home interior paining

Two tone bedroom wall - Procoat Painting San Diego

For many years, accent walls reigned as the statement-making paint treatment of choice in home interiors – kitchens, living rooms, and bedrooms. The single-painted accent wall gained popularity as an easy way to deliver a splash of color without the commitment of a whole-room repainting job.

Why you should consider using two colors to create instant contrast

Painting walls with two colors creates instant contrast and architectural interest with just a few strokes of paint. “The two-toned wall provides a clean, modern way to add dimension and the illusion of architectural details to a space. 

Whether you want to make your space feel larger or deliver an unexpected dose of color, this paint technique is easy to customize to fit your individual room designs and decorating, make the design statement you desire, and accomplish the look you absolutely have to have to make your home unique and totally modern.


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When you take the time to prepare the environment for painting as opposed to just jumping right in, you also have a chance to “clear the slate,” so to speak. You’re working with a totally blank canvas and you can see all of a room, wall, holes, cracks, imperfections, and all.

This is the absolute perfect time to take care of all these imperfections and finally fix those small issues that may have been bugging you for quite some time leaving you with a quality painting project.

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