How To Paint Geometric Patterns on Your Wall

by Lisa C. Marketing Writer

Want to create a dynamic feature in your home? Consider it giving geometric patterns. There are two ways you can create geometric patterns on a wall – 1.) Paint it and 2.) Use tiles with geometric patterns.

How to Paint –

If you want to add temporary geometric patterns on your walls, painting it is the option to with. However, there is no denying that not everyone is good at geometry. So, applying paint in geometric patterns is not going to be an easy job.

This article offers a how-to guide on painting your walls in geometric patterns in the following –

Decide which wall of your room will have the texture –

Adding a design element in a room requires advanced aesthetic sense. You will need to decide which wall(s) of your room will have the patterns.

You should take suggestions from everyone in the home. Share your design idea with them and their suggestion might help you reach a decision.

Check the condition of the wall, which has to be painted –

The plaster on the wall should be in good condition. The surface should be level and smooth. Otherwise, it will pronounce a great difficultly while painting.

If there are cracks, bumps or craters on the walls, they will need to be fixed before starting the paint job. For this, you will need to use putty or other tricks to even the surface.

Apply Primer or Primary Coating –

If the wall is new and there is no paint on it, you will first need to apply a primer coating. Make sure the primer dries completely before you begin with painting.

Use Painter Tape to Create Geometric Patterns –

Apply painter tape on the wall creating geometric patterns like this. You can create any shape – large, small, square, triangle, anything – using your creativity.

Paint over Painter Tape –

Now we are ready. Apply a layer of paint over the painter tape. You will need to be extra careful here to avoid spills and drops.

Once this coating is dried, remove the tape. You will now see painted geometric patterns on your walls. Add another layer of paint over the lines to shine up those lines.

There you have it.

However, if you do not want temporary effects, you can always consider geometric pattern tiles for creating accent walls. has a brand new selection of these tiles available at reasonable rates. Check out today!


Sponsor Ads

About Lisa C. Advanced   Marketing Writer

22 connections, 3 recommendations, 152 honor points.
Joined APSense since, May 22nd, 2019, From Plano, TX, United States.

Created on Jun 6th 2019 04:39. Viewed 735 times.


No comment, be the first to comment.
Please sign in before you comment.