The paint plan of our bedroom make-over
It was a big job because we not only painted all the walls, but also the ceiling!
Three dark gray walls in the bedroom
I really like the Slate Gray paint colour from Pure & Original and it once again played a prominent role in our new bedroom. We have worked with the paint Licetto which has a beautiful, matte finish and a very good pigmentation, which makes it look very rich. You apply it with a roller, but let us advise you which roller is suitable for your walls. Wrong material can adversely affect the result.
The ceiling was painted in a beautiful sand colour
Our bedroom wouldn't have a Japandi look, but that living style really appeals to me. A wall colour that fits very well with Japandi, but also with my mood board was the colour Canvas from Pure & Original. A beautiful beige / sand colour that matches very nicely with the dark gray Slate Gray and the metallic paint. The ceiling was the right place for this colour. And yes, it really is a job to paint your ceiling. In our case this was still the original ceiling from the new building and I can tell you, that sucks a lot. It took two good coats of paint to get it opaque. Keep this in mind, also in terms of time, because working beyond your power requires quite a bit of energy. But then you have something! It was the perfect choice to paint the ceiling. This creates a connection in the space and it feels like 1 whole. I would advise everyone to paint the ceiling with it!
The radiators were also painted
Our white radiators were an eyesore, so we immediately painted them. For this we used the Omniprim Pro as a primer. We then coated them with Traditional Paint High Gloss, both from Pure & Original in the colour Slate Gray. The shine gives a nice effect in combination with the other materials in the room. It turned out really nice and we should have done this a lot sooner ;).