Interior paints

The company offers a wide collection of designer interior coatings that ideally combine creativity, quality manufacturing processes and the efficiency of new technologies.

Catalog of paints

Intuel 2kg

Decorative finish with handcrafted wall effect.

20.77 C$

Artbeton 2.5 kg

A thick, water-based decorative paint for the effect of concrete walls.

34.58 C$

Arabesco Bronze 3 kg

Decorative paint for a velvety shimmering surface with a touch of bronze.

87.15 C$

Arabesco Cuprum 1 kg

Decorative paint for a velvety shimmering surface with a copper tint.

50.81 C$

Arabesco Pearl 1.5 kg

Decorative paint that creates an imitation of contrasting overflows of wet silk.

38.95 C$

Accent 2.5 kg

Decorative finish with white capsules for a patina effect.

77.96 C$

Cracelado 3 kg

Decorative paint with cracked effect.

60.99 C$

Fossano 1 kg

A decorative finishing gel for the Chameleon effect.

19,76 C$

Decorative paint

Lately, painted walls have become favorites again. But ordinary paint is no longer interesting. There are now compositions with different effects. They are called decorative wall paint. They can be used both in living rooms and in technical rooms. Different compositions, different properties.

What is decorative wall paint and methods of applying it

Decorative paint is a paint that produces some visual effects. This group does not include conventional opaque monochromatic compositions. Only those that are somehow different from them. These formulations reproduce different natural materials. Silk, velvet, plush, sand, natural stone, leather, velor, etc. They are sometimes called decor paints, since it is not just a background, but an independent decorative element.

Most often, decorative paint is applied as usual - with a brush, roller or spray gun. If the texture itself is "rich", this is quite enough. The walls already look unusual. In this case, they are just a background. Beautiful, unusual stylish, but background.

To obtain more interesting surfaces, special application techniques are used. The simplest are embossed rollers. They break the monotony of paint by adding relief. There are other tricks as well.

The applied paint is rubbed off. So from the "silk" paint you can get wet silk or plush.

Partially wash off the paint with crumpled paper, a sponge, a piece of fur, plastic or metal notched spatulas, metal wool, etc.

Pass from above with a semi-dry roller or a hard brush with a darker or lighter paint.

Apply a plastic wrap to the painted piece, crumple it a little and remove it.

In general, there are a lot of options. This process is completely creative and there are a lot of variations. And the result can be very different, even if you use the same paint.

Decor paint effects

As already mentioned, decorative wall paint reproduces certain textures of natural materials. In this case, they often talk about paint "with effect". For example, with the effect of silk, sand, stone, leather, etc. There are many options and variations, but you can get lost in specialized catalogs. It will be a little easier if you have an idea of what you can find and what it might look like.

As you can see, the list alone is impressive. And yet, different colors will look the same effect in different ways. This is due to the fact that the components and fillers differ. And the difference is sometimes significant. In general, it is usually difficult to decide. But know, whatever you choose, it will be interesting.

Interior paint wall paint with the effect of silk and silk threads

Silk-like wall paint is available from many manufacturers. If there are at least a few interior paints, then one of them is silk. The view is very sophisticated and delicate. Suitable for living rooms, bedrooms. In terms of performance (acrylic can be washed with a brush) it can also be used in the corridor, but if you are satisfied with such a "sophisticated" look of your hallway.

When choosing, pay attention to the basis. Safety is important for housing. The best option is a silk-effect paint based on an aqueous acrylic dispersion. It is relatively inexpensive (when compared with silicone, for example), washable, does not fade and is painted in all colors. Many decorative paints are made on this basis. To obtain a paint with a silk effect, a special kind of mother-of-pearl and pigment are added to it.

Paint consumption is average, you will have to paint in at least two layers. This is with low absorbency or a preliminary primer. For an absorbent surface, exactly three layers are required. And the paint is not cheap, so it's better to prime. If the paint is based on acrylic dispersion, then we take acrylic primer. But better than the same company as the paint. There will be no product compatibility issues.

Among the disadvantages - the surface for painting must be flat. Almost perfectly flat. The second point - if you want to get "exclusive", you need to master the technique of application. You can, of course, just roll it out with a roller. It will work out pretty well too. But it could be more interesting.

You can wash it with a detergent (not abrasive), cloth or brush. Such cleaning does not affect the appearance. In the sense that it doesn't get worse. Where often the walls are touched, there may be "glazed" places. If you want to have this in the hallway, consider a varnished option. But this type of paint "breathes", so when varnishing, lose this effect.