I've had some damage in my home and need to repaint a bedroom wall. However that bedroom wall has original hand painted wall art on it consisting of vines, leaves etc. I am trying to save the wall art while at the same time using a new colour (that coordinates with the old colour) on the wall. I'm just not sure what options there are for 'blending' the new colour into the old one as my brush/roller approaches the wall art. Any ides or help would be greatly appreciated.
I have done this on two occasions in my 23 years in business. You must put a frame or
boarder around what you do not want to touch.
Not a physical wood or metal frame but a painted frame. Obviously something that blends with the colors in the room and or Art work. You make this frame/boarder with green frog tape. You can use a few colors if you feel brave and the corners do not have to be 90 degrees. You do not want to make this boarder any wider then 2 " or it may take away from your Art work. If your ceilings are very high then you probably could get away with a wider boarder. A very small decorative
screen moulding ( 1" wide ) that's painted the same as your new paint before it's installed may work as well.
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