If I want to see heaven on the earth, I want to see my home because wherever you go in this world, in the end, you want to come back to your place. Your place is your comfort zone which you like to decorate according to your taste, which walls you want to fill up with the colors of your love.
Every corner has its own story, but the story of kitchen and bathrooms are same because these parts of the house clean on daily bases and their walls deal with moisturizing daily through direct encounter with the stream. There paint fade away soon, so you have to be careful in the selection of the paint. You have to consider it through the best quality and reliability.
KITCHEN AND BATHROOM PAINT SELECTION
MyLAND is giving you a vast range of paints with a high level of quality and stability. For these areas of the house, we manufactured special paints which absorb the moisture of the walls and the greatest thing is that its chemicals are not toxic, it’s completely friendly to the environment. So the question is what kind of paint you should choose for your bathrooms and kitchen. MyLand is presenting advanced oil paints and water paints range. If you are painting the wood laminate and metal cabinets usually can be repainted without any difficulty.
The best applicator also may depend on the type of paint you choose. If you painted the cabinets with oil-based paints. They are less noticeable than with latex, as it flows out better, in my experience. The correct paint to use on your kitchen and bathroom ceilings is a good white MYLAND matt emulsion.
However, on the walls, MYLAND matt emulsion is the best on kitchen/bathroom walls because it is the best paint as it is tough and durable and can be wiped without discoloring.
Now we can discuss, Which
Now if we talk about Bathroom Paint, it’s the first place of your house you went to early in the morning. So it should be more inspiring and energetic. Whether you dream of a soothing bath with spa-like paint colours or a bold bath with a daring colour scheme. Forgiving it a cool look use blue, giving it a warm and cosy look try ruby, aubergine, gold or colours of the wines and Tuscan friezes.
Peach, apricot, terra cotta, and pink tones also give your bathroom a soft look.