Whether your business is a medical office, an engineering firm or a high-tech organization, the right artwork can make the space look great. But great art does far more than just perk up your walls and cover up the empty space. Art has the power to motivate, to enlighten and to transport —that is what makes it so wonderful. You may not have the money, or even the desire, to set up a museum in your waiting room or office, but you can still use the power of artwork to motivate your employees, soothe your patients and showcase your business and your brand.
Rendered walls give a beautiful, sleek appearance to the exterior of a home. Depending on the overall style of home, it can either make it look ultra-modern, exotic, or classic European – but certainly attractive, in any case. One of the major benefits of render is that it's easier to paint than plain brickwork, and it looks fantastic with a bit of colour. Whether you go for subtle greys or pastels or more daring bright colours, there can be few better ways to totally transform your home's exterior than to give the rendering a coat of paint.
Metallic wall paints are gaining in popularity for many Australian homeowners. They're a stunning way to add shimmer and glamour to your home's interior. If the idea of metallic paint in the communal rooms of your home seems a little too flashy for you, then you might like to consider using them in the bedroom instead. Bedrooms are far more private rooms and aren't as likely to be seen by visitors as the kitchen, living room and bathroom of your home.
Big decorating jobs are best tackled by a professional residential painting contractor, but if you enjoy taking on smaller DIY tasks and touch-ups around your home, you'll need to know how to look after your equipment. To get the best results from your painting jobs you must clean and store your paint brushes and rollers correctly. Read on to find out how. What you'll need old newspaper or cloth washing-up liquid and warm water white spirit kitchen towel plastic bag How to do it
Painting is a manageable task that you can handle in some cases. Not all the painting jobs warrant you to call in a professional, especially if it is just a small section that requires a bit of correctional painting. When buying the paint for a DIY job, examine the packaging for any additional chemicals that you will have to mix with the paint before applying it. The mixing ratios are important as well, and once that's done, you will be good to go.