Here’s an easy feature wall idea using trendy metallic paint and Plascon’s 2016 Colour of the Year.
- 35mm paintbrush
- Craft knife
- Painter’s tape
- Roller and tray
- Drop sheet
- 1ℓ Plascon – Atlantic Beach
- 1ℓ Fired Earth Liquid Metal – Old Copper
Use the painter’s tape to mask two asymmetrical triangles on the wall.
Top Tip: Asymmetrical triangles give an unconventional twist to the geometric theme. Although the wall is also striking with equilateral triangles if you’re a stickler for symmetry. What’s essential is that you get the two tips of the triangles sharp and perfectly touching.
Use the craft knife to cut the tape where the two triangles meet so that the triangles touch each other neatly.
Paint the bottom triangle with Fired Earth Liquid Metal Old Copper paint. You will need two to three coats. Let the paint dry between coats.
Paint the top triangle with the Plascon’s Atlantic Beach. Polvin is the most affordable, but Cashmere will give you a luxurious matt finish. Again you will need to give it two to three coats to get a solid colour. Let the paint dry between coats.
Once the paint is dry, remove the painter’s tape.
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