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.
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.