Absorb cold with warm colour satin finish
Did you know that the colour of paint you use for your interior could determine the temperature that makes a difference between your home absorbing and reflecting heat?
However, beyond the colour, the kind of paint finish you use would also determine the lifespan of the remitting temperature.
So to keep your home at a suitably cozy temperature during the cold weather, you have to go for a perfect paint finish with appropriate warm colour. This is where Satin finishes stand out as your interior’s best bet.
Satin finishes are basically the coziest and elegant interior paint finish in the market. They have a velvety sheen and are easier to clean than flat and eggshell paints, which make them a great choice for your sitting room, bedroom, high-traffic areas like kitchens, playrooms, family rooms etc.
Aside from offering better stain resistance and durability, satin paint is best for hiding imperfections because of the finishing, as it delivers self-leveling properties, smooth velvety appearance, and a higher luxury gloss than any other paint due to its peculiar additional chemical properties such as Polyvinyl Acetate, Formalin and Ammonia, and Texanol.
• Polyvinyl Acetate – This is a gum property that sticks your paint together, which enables it to stick to the wall. It also makes the paint stain-free.
• Formalin and Ammonia – These chemicals are very corrosive preservatives that prevent the paint from decaying and increase durability.
• Texanol – This is a lamina that makes the paint shine and durable. It is very expensive and it is used for the production of satin paints only. Texanol’s chemical property is why you can wash off stains from your interior without any effect on the paint.
Warm Interior Paint Colours For You
• Creamy white – The right shade of white will naturally lock up warmth in your interior and keep cold at bay. The perfect off-white colour can act as a backdrop for your interior decor while creating a cozy living environment.
• Mustard yellow – Play up the colour in your living room by painting your walls with a warm mustard yellow.
• Moody green – Bestows soothing traditional temperature warmth and elegant ambience.
• Shades of gray – Gray tones are natural warm colours that open up your space to a homely ambience.
• Rich red – Make a crystal clear statement in your interior with rich and deep red for a warm space feel.
• Soft blue – Though this colour can appear cool, it provides a warm calming atmosphere that is subtle and effortless.
• Orange – For a cozy and relaxing interior, shades of orange such as tangerine, blood orange, and pumpkin will lock up the warmth in your space.
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