When most people buy a can of paint for a home improvement project, they usually lack the understanding and appreciation of unique features and advancements in the paint manufacturing industry. We take it for granted that we can go to any paint or hardware store and choose from an infinite variety of colours and shades. But paints were not always so economical and accessible. Paint companies, both large and small invest a great amount of time, talent and capital into creating innovative and disruptive products. Taking excerpts from market research and consumer feedback, paint companies are harnessing the power of technology to create products that look good and perform even better.
They say your home is a reflection of your personality. Painting it with the right colours can bring out who you really are and resonate with your personal likes and preferences. Let’s get started on how to go about picking the right wall paint colours for your home. Get ready to take some notes down!
The festival of Holi perfectly demonstrates India’s incredibly flamboyant culture. What started as a ritual by married women for their family’s happiness thousands of years ago is now a full-blown colour carnival biding adieu to winter and welcoming spring. The mythological episode of Vishnu devotee Prahlad coming unharmed out of the fire that burnt the wicked Holika propagates the usual message of good’s triumph over evil through the festivity. Though, it was Lord Krishna’s playful act of applying colours to his beloved Radha and her companions that continues to be the heart of Holi celebrations even today.
A house is a significant asset that involves a huge investment. Old or new, a house is a cherished dream for all home buyers and proactive measures need to be taken towards mitigating all kind of risks. Water leakage or water seepage is one of the major causes of structural defects in buildings. It results in dampness, fungal growth and metal corrosion.
Since the early days on, human beings have been looking for shelter to seek safety from elements of nature. First, we built huts and mud houses and now we have moved to concrete structures and high rises. But the risks that nature poses still remains high. Even with technological and architectural advances, water damage still remains a major concern.
You know the feeling when you first time walk into a house and something isn’t right? The curtains and furniture match, ceiling and flooring is just classy, but the overall appearance feels chaotic or piecemeal? Mostly, the feeling is due to the inappropriate colour scheme. When constructing a new home or remodeling the existing one, without a colour palette plan to work from, your home can wind up feeling haphazard.