Paints And Colours | An Architect Explains

Paint is used to protect, preserve, decorate or add functionality to an object or surface by covering it with a pigmented coating. Physically, paint is a mixture of four important elements: Pigments, Additives, Binders and Solvents. The choice of paint and the choice of colour is an important decision as it can dramatically transform a space or a building. An Architect guides you in choosing the right paint and colours for your building…..

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Maintenance Of Painted Surfaces | An Architect Explains

The first thing anyone notices in a space are it’s walls. A poorly executed paint job or chipped surfaces can make a space look bad. Paint upkeep should be done on a regular basics, to keep your home looking clean and bright. An Architect gives some tips to ensure that the walls and furniture of your home continue to look as good as new…..

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Paints Colour Groups | An Architect Explains

Using colours in interiors can be tricky because  there is the probability of things going horribly wrong. If not used well, then they can be jarring and irritating to the users. So colours have been classified into different groups to enable you to decide on the palette that you most identify with. An Architect explains how to use these colour groups…..

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Paint Colour Themes | An Architect Explains

The modern Indian has started to experiment with fairly bold choices in colours. But whenever new ideas are tried out, there is the possibility that it can all go horribly wrong. So in order to avoid such a situation, an Architect explains five contemporary colour schemes. You can decide the scheme that you would like based on your preferences……

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