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Residential Painting In Realization Of Aesthetic Needs

- - Sanny Tendilla

By Ricky Smith

Residential painting has an overarching role in fulfilling the aesthetic needs, which inculcate feelings of belonging to people, if well applied. It is established that beauty can contribute to the confidence of a person and provide comfort that can prolong his or her life. Painting of a residence is a decorative measure geared towards the same.

Great care needs to be expended while people select the paints to use in their homes. They should consider the fabrics to be painted, the paint chemical composition, the reputation of the manufacturer, the color of the paint and even the availability of a painter ready to apply the paints at a projected payment. In addition, it is established that chemicals present in paints can affect allergic people, and thus considerations should be made regarding the heath status of the insiders of a residence.

Appropriate painting should follow the lead of nature as the ideal example in offering diverse beauty. Any painting pattern chosen should be unique, having never been in existence before. It should be attractive to everyone within the homestead without causing adverse affects like eye problems.

Sustainable painting is a key issue encouraged by governments and environmental naturalists. This means that all applications of paint should comply with the experts requirements. Compliance with such requirements interprets that changes in the environment in the future would not necessitate a change of the applied paint in order to match the changed surrounding.

Fulfillment of any aesthetic needs of a residence depends heavily on the color chosen. Different colors are responsible for varied results and thus appropriate choice of color would give satisfactory results. Color may serve the purpose of creating illusions of depth, describing and modeling form, expressing ideas and feelings, suggesting movements and arousing emotions.

A room may be made to appear bigger or smaller depending on the choice of color by the owner of the house, a phenomenon called depth illusion. Either this is achieved through the use of warm colors or cold colors, where warm colors are constituted of red, yellow, orange, and serene colors constitute blue, green and purple. With such few examples, warm colors make the size or a room look smaller than actual size while serene colors would make it appear even larger than its real size.

Affordability of all expenses involved in acquiring and applying certain paints is of grave importance on the side of the possessor of a house. All the total spending must be agreeable with a room expensiveness and the wealth that the individual has. Otherwise, a color that does not agree with expensiveness of a room would seem awkward.

Residential painting is an activity that requires the expertise of an experienced painter to conduct the exercise. The reason is that not everybody qualifies to do it since certain rhythm, balance and harmony must be achieved during color application necessitating qualifications on the part of the painter. Since the color of the kitchen, bathrooms and living room must be different; there should be gradual switching off from one color to another, a process called gradation.

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