Here’s a way to personalise your space and have fun experimenting. Paint shapes on different surfaces around your home, to add visual interest or to make a room feel up-to- date without changing your style.
Use shapes to create subtle accents and interesting contrasts.
Here is a list of our recommended tools to get you started:
Paint your basecoat and let it dry for 24 hours, or skip this step and choose an existing surface.
Use a pencil to lightly draw your shapes on the surface. You can do this free-hand, use a pencil and ruler, or cut a shape out of cardboard to use as a template.
Apply tape along the drawn shapes and don't forget to press firmly along the edges so that it bonds well and will leave you with nice sharp paint lines.
Paint your shapes, and then allow paint to dry to the touch.
Slowly remove the tape to reveal your finished design.
Peel tape back at an angle between 0° (as shown above) and 90°.