Top 20 Wall Painting Designs and Ideas in Pakistan

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Top 20 Wall Painting Designs and Ideas in Pakistan

Power Facilities Management is one of the leading wall painting companies in Pakistan providing a massive range of wall painting designs and ideas to hundreds of our clients. A lot of our clients ask us about the preferred designs based on different types of asset classes. We have put together a small list of top 20 wall painting designs and ideas for our loyal customers to help them get a basic understanding of wall painting designs that may suit them:

1 – Vivid Canvas Wall Painting

Canvas wall painting is a technique of creating a painted mural on canvas, so that it can be easily moved for any purpose. Artwork that is made in this manner is often hung in art galleries or art museums as well as in homes and offices.

Vivid Canvas wall painting will surely make your room look more modern than it currently is. You can use this kind of painting design in any part of your house and/or office, like in the living room or in your dining room, or maybe in the conference room of your office to have an elegant look.

2 – Tapestry Wall Painting

A tapestry wall painting is relatively easy and inexpensive to create. There are a few options for creating a mural using fabric. First, you can purchase one pre-made or have one custom-made by an artist. Second, you can glue up multiple strips of fabric to create your own design. Third, you can use large pieces of fabric to cover the wall like wallpaper. If this is the method that you choose, don’t use wallpaper paste or it will damage the fabric. Instead, apply white glue or some type of fabric glue along either end and in the middle of the wall where the top edge will rest; then press down on each section as it dries to ensure that it adheres securely to the wall. The most important step is finding a piece of fabric that suits your style and is large enough to cover your wall (or walls) without having seams where different pieces meet up with one another — unless you want there to be seams!

3 – Paper Wall Painting

This is a wall paint design that involves the use of paper in different forms and shapes. The idea here is to use paper on the walls to create some very interesting and beautiful wall painting designs. There are several ways in which one can use paper for painting walls. One way is to cover the whole wall with paper. Some like to cover the wall with newspapers, while others prefer colored or patterned papers. You can also choose from a variety of white papers such as cardstock, craft paper, tissue paper and so on. Paper is not just used for covering up walls but also for decorating them as well. This technique lets you create unique designs that would look great in any home or office space. You don’t have to be an artist or painter when you can use this simple method with striking results!

4 – Theatre Backdrop Wall Painting

If you are a movie buff, then a theatre backdrop wall painting will appeal to your taste. You can use the pictures of film stars or directors and paint their faces on your wall with various detailed artworks. If you have favorite movies, then take stills from them and create an artwork on the wall which will make it look like a theatre backdrop.

A theatre backdrop wall painting is an excellent way to spice up the dreary colors of your room, giving it an interesting and modern look depending on what backdrop you choose to paint. Painting such walls is not difficult at all and is possible even with just basic knowledge of painting techniques. All you need are some good quality paints and brushes, along with some essential household items that can be used for preparation work before the actual painting begins. A little bit of planning about what type of work you want to do will make the entire wall painting process much easier for you.

5 – Fabric Wall Painting

Fabric wall painting is a quick and easy way to add personality to a room. All you need are some painters’ tools, fabric, paint and an empty wall for experimentation. A fabric wall painting doesn’t involve actual paint, but instead uses dyed fabric to cover the wall. Before you get started, dye your fabric in a color of choice—ideally a washable weave with a tight-knit. You can either cut and hang the fabric first, then paint on top of it, or you can use the painted surface as your guide for cutting. Depending on how large the design is, you may need to sew multiple panels together and smooth them out with an iron before painting. When you’re ready to go, fasten the fabric to the wall using adhesive or pins—just remember that it’s easier when working on a flat surface versus one with texture (like brick).

6 – Streaked Wall Painting

Streaked wall painting is a fantastic way to add interest and depth to a room. With this technique, you paint stripes of different colors on the wall, but don’t mix them! Like with sponge painting, streaks can be painted directly onto the wall or created by masking. If you have never painted stripes before, you may want to practice on a canvas before moving on to your walls; that way, there are no hard feelings if you make a mistake.

Streaked wall painting is a form of abstract art. First, you should select your base color. You can choose a monochromatic color scheme or one with contrasting colors, depending on the effect that you want. Then, use a paint roller to create several vertical stripes across the entire wall by taking your paint roller and rolling it down the wall in several places from top to bottom. Roll each stroke next to one another with varying degrees of pressure so that you will have wide and narrow stripes. Now take another color and repeat the process so that your first set of bands will be forming in between the second set of bands.

7 – Geometric Shapes Wall Painting

Wall painting is an art that goes back to the cave age and has been used to decorate interior walls of homes, offices, or public buildings. Geometric shapes wall painting is one of the designs that are commonly used in interior design. It is always a good idea to use geometric wall design as it creates a warm and welcoming feeling in the room.

If you want to paint geometric shapes on your walls, you’ll need a few basic tools: brushes (for applying the base coat and trim), painting tape (to mask off areas before painting them), latex primer (for creating the perfect surface for your design), and oil-based paint (for your final color coat). In addition, if you want to get really fancy, pick up a stencil from any craft store—it’s an easy way of getting rid of straight lines while still keeping everything nice and neat looking!

8 – Sunburst and Clouds Wall Painting

A sunburst and clouds wall painting is a perfect addition to any room that needs a little brightening. As the sun bursts through the clouds, it will bring a sunny disposition into your home. It’s also a great option for rooms that don’t have windows or enough natural light.

To paint this design on your wall, start by painting in the sky around where you want the sunburst and clouds to be placed. Use a light blue color for the sky and make sure to get all of the edges so that there are no unpainted areas when you’re done. Then paint in the clouds using a darker blue shade or light gray color. You can do this with a sponge or by using stencils if you want to get creative with different colored clouds. Make sure they look fluffy like real clouds. Then use yellow or orange-yellow to add in the sunburst rays behind the cloudy area. You can stencil these in if you want them all to be exactly even, but make sure not to cover up any of those beautiful puffy cloud edges.

9 – Vivid Bright Wall Paint

With the Vivid Bright Wall Paint, you can be sure to add a splash of color and class to your home. With this paint, you can start with one layer of white and follow it up with multiple layers of different colors 10-12 hours apart. Make sure that the paint is completely dry before applying another color on top. Use bold designs and vivid colors when using this paint technique. Try not to use a lot of one color and don’t forget to mix in other bright tones. The best way to get started with Vivid Bright Wall Paint is by using a variety of bright primary and secondary colors that remind you of a summer day at the beach or springtime in your own backyard. The contrast between these vibrant hues will help your wall stand out and make it look like an art piece instead of just plain old wallpaper for the room.

10 – Texture Paint

Texture paint is a paint with a thick consistency that creates a textured surface. The texture can be applied by hand or with a trowel. Texture paint is designed to be used on plaster and concrete surfaces but can also be used on drywall or other wall surfaces. Because of its thick consistency, it is not intended for use in areas where paint will contact moving parts such as doors and windows.

Texture paint is great for adding depth and interest to your walls. It can create the appearance of small stone structures or brick walls, as well as larger designs like grasses, waves, leaves and flowers.

11 – Temporary Wall Paintings

A temporary wall painting is a great way to add some fun and whimsy to your walls. Here are four different types of temporary wall paintings that you can do yourself.

A temporary wall painting is a great way to add some fun and whimsy to your walls. Here are four different types of temporary wall paintings that you can do yourself.

Stencils: You can buy stencils at any craft store, or even make your own. If you want to create a design on more than one wall, consider buying stencils in the shape of flowers or stars so you can use them again and again!

Stickers: Stickers are an easy way to jazz up your walls for a party. The options for stickers are endless—you can choose from stars, hearts, leaves, or just about any other shape you can imagine. Choose ones that match your party theme!

Temporary Wallpaper: Temporary wallpaper is exactly what it sounds like—a temporary version of regular wallpaper that can easily be peeled off when you’re ready for something new. It’s great if you want something with a little more personality than regular paint but don’t want the commitment of actual wallpaper (or if your landlord won’t let you make permanent changes).

Wall Tattoos: Wall tattoos are just like temporary tattoos for your skin—they stick on with water and come off when they’re no longer wanted! They look great in children’s rooms because kids have such active imaginations (and love anything exciting).

12 – Anti-bacterial Paint

Anti-bacterial paint is a type of paint that inhibits the growth of bacteria by using an anti-microbial agent. This agent is added to the paint and, as the paint dries, it becomes effective at preventing bacteria from growing on your walls. Anti-bacterial paint can be used in hospitals, schools, kitchens and bathrooms and any other place where hygiene is essential.

For a long time now, we have been aware of how harmful bacteria can be to our health and many people are finding new ways to reduce the chances of coming into contact with potentially harmful bacteria. One way to do this is to use anti bacterial paints in your home or business premises because it prevents the build up of germs which cause illnesses and diseases. This type of paint can also be used on furniture or any other surfaces that may come into contact with food such as countertops in kitchens or tables and chairs at restaurants.

13 – Spray Painted Walls with Stars and Lines

It is important to do your research before beginning a painting project. Spray paint by using airless sprayers work best on smooth surfaces and is not very durable. It will begin to wear quickly and will need to be touched up periodically. For this reason, it is not ideal for walls that are used frequently. It is also only effective on walls that are flat, and not curved in any way. For these reasons, it may be better to invest in a different type of wall paint that will last longer. Another important factor you should consider when choosing a wall paint is the toxicity level of the product. Although spray paint can create some very nice effects on walls, it is considered highly toxic and should not be used indoors.

14 – Low VOC Paints

If you are looking for paints that are safer for indoors, look for low volatile organic compounds (VOC) paints. VOCs are gases that can be released from certain solids or liquids. Paints can emit VOCs because they contain several chemical compounds that evaporate in the air as they cure and dry. Low VOC paint is formulated to emit fewer hazardous chemicals than conventional paint. It also reduces indoor air pollution and is better for the environment than traditional oil-based paints.

Low-odor and formaldehyde-free paints also help make painting easier on people with allergies or chemical sensitivities, especially if you have pets at home or kids in your house because their health might be more at risk. Vinyl paints, however, should not be used around pets and children as they contain high levels of phthalates that are toxic to health. Moreover, avoid buying lead-based paints since these could pose serious health issues like death when ingested by children who still tend to put almost anything into their mouths.

15 – Flower Drops Wall Painting (Stencil Method)

The first thing to know about this design is that it’s not just a flower. It also has drops of paint, which is why it’s called “flower drops.” There are two ways to create this design: either by stenciling or freehand. You don’t need any special tools for the stencil method, just a paint roller, a regular old brush, and some paint. If you want to use the freehand method, you can customize the design any way you like! Either way, these steps will help ensure that you get the job done right:

  • Paint your wall with your base color (we recommend white because it makes the colors pop)
  • Use tape or stencils to outline your designs
  • Fill in your design with colored paint and let it dry overnight

16 – Double-Dipped Paint

Double-dipped paint is a type of wall paint with two distinct colors on the same roller. It appears like a two-tone shade on the wall, with one color slightly lighter or darker than the other. The process of double-dipping involves creating a wall painting that uses at least two different shades of paint in one application. The first coat is applied to the entire surface and allowed to dry before another slightly darker coat is added. A second color can be dipped into the roller nap as well so there are three layers in all; this approach allows for additional dimension and interest in your design scheme.

17 – Metallic Paints with Different Effects

The use of metallic paint colors can add a new dimension to your wall decor. It adds elegance, prestige, and glamor to any room. The advantage of using metallic colors is that it is easy to apply and if you want, you can use multiple colors in a single room. You can always use different types of metallic paints with standard or other colors. Another thing which you can do is add different materials such as glass beads, imitation gold leaf and others which will enhance your design by giving it a unique effect.

18 – Aluminium Paint

Aluminium paint is ideal for use on metal surfaces like aluminium doors and aluminium windows. It may be applied even in the case of old paint which is peeling off, but you should first clean the surface with soda crystals and rinse thoroughly. Aluminium paint comes in a variety of colors and can be used on metal roofs or walls, as well as any other metal structure around your home. If you plan to apply aluminium paint, it’s best to do it on a hot day so that your painted surface will dry faster.

19 – Cement Paint

Cement paint is a mixture of cement and other fine aggregates. Unlike other paints, it’s not used to color the surface, but instead to give a protective coating to walls and concrete surfaces. Cement paint can be used successfully on concrete blocks, rough texture surfaces and peeling plaster cracks. It is often used as an alternative to conventional exterior wall paints because it offers superior weather-resistance and superior water vapor permeability without the need for an extra coat of waterproofing paint.

However, while cement paints do offer greater resistance to weathering than other paints, they are not waterproof—so keep this in mind if you’re planning on painting your kitchen or bathroom walls with cement paint.

20 – Bituminous Paint

Bituminous paint, also known as asphalt paint, is a high-solid paint used to coat surfaces that are exposed to moisture. It can be mixed or sprayed on surfaces such as concrete and wood. The main ingredient in bituminous paint is bitumen, a byproduct of the refined crude oil process. Some types of bituminous paint are made from natural asphalt, a petroleum-based product that is harder than coal tar pitch.