7 easy wall textures and designs DIYs
Simple wall textures and designs that you can create at home with minimal tools and no equipment.
Designs and textures to a wall are what wall paint colours are to a home. They change the look and feel of a room dramatically and actually add a lot of drama to the aesthetic theme you have been following.
Having said that, textures can look like spilled stew or triangles that were meant to be circles if not done right. It takes technique, art, raw material and lots and lots of patience. But, more than anything, it needs a good foundation, a base wall paint, that brings out the shine and grandeur of the texture to its full potential.
So, if you’re in the process of selecting a wall paint, I’d suggest Berger Express Paints – they’re smart, classy, and hassle free. If you’re on the next step and planning to use your creative juices with some wall paint textures, here are some DIYs and guides to make that pretty wall even prettier.
If you have an artistic streak, please try this one and send us pictures of how it came out. Sketch out some awesome trees, a bird, mountains, river, and everything you like – paint it with contrasting colors and create your go to wall. Your reading wall or your picture wall!
Perhaps one of the easiest textures to create. Get a loofah or anything that can create this fine texture – dip it in the shade you wish and go bonkers. The best part about these textures is that the scope of going wrong is very little.
Plastic effect, knockdown texture sponge textures – this video has it all. It emphasizes on the need for a professional, rather a proper base colour, with a number of shade ideas.
Tree Bark Wall Texture
A rather rustic choice, tree bark wall texture is perfect for adding the vintage feel. And this video shows how easy it is to create it on your home walls. Try various colours because this texture feels good in almost every shade.
Geometric Wall Paint
If you see the final product before seeing how to create it, you’re likely to believe that it is going to be something very difficult. Well, you’re in for a surprise here. These geometric designs are very easy to create and rather satisfying to watch. See for yourself.
Stencil Wall Texture
You can replicate all sorts of designs on your perfectly painted wall with the help of stencils. Take some chalk paint and trace your heart out. The right colour palette and you have a winner.
Surprisingly easy, knockdown texture can be created with basic tools and elements available around you. It has a few steps and might take longer, but all the efforts are sure worth it.
Which one is your favourite? Share with us your favourite wall textures and designs and how to do it or pictures of the textures and designs you’ve done in the comments below.