Won­der Walls

As colours and tex­tures seep into the mar­ket, ur­ban dwellers are ex­per­i­ment­ing a lot with bright and dull pal­ettes alike to lend a per­sonal touch to their in­ner sanc­tums. NAVNI KU­MAR picks up the hot hues.

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Asian Paints

Keep­ing pace with the chang­ing times, where the do­main is a clear re­flec­tion of who you are as a per­son and your tastes, it is but ob­vi­ous that homemak­ers nowa­days are far more in­volved in the de­sign process while do­ing up their in­te­ri­ors. From just be­ing four walls and a roof, the liv­ing space has evolved and be­come a style state­ment. To cater to the re­fined dé­cor needs of the people, Asian Paints has launched a var­ied collection of prod­ucts meant for dif­fer­ent sur­faces such as in­te­rior and ex­te­ri­ors walls and for ma­te­ri­als like wood and metal. Al­though the brand has got sev­eral en­vi­ron­ment-friendly paints in­clud­ing Te­flon Sur­face Pro­tec­tor and other in­ter­na­tion­ally bench­marked ranges, it is the Royal As­pira which is the most pop­u­lar due to its mul­ti­ple qual­i­ties such as water­proof­ing, flame spread re­sis­tance and supreme stain re­sis­tance.

Tip: Cor­rect sur­face prepa­ra­tion be­fore paint­ing. En­sure that walls are treated for any leak­age, fol­lowed by putty which is sand­wiched be­tween two coats of primer be­fore ap­ply­ing the paint. This makes it last longer and look newer for years.

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