Lucia Portomeñe Correia

Lucia Portomeñe Correia

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Bold and Bright Bold and Bright It is possible for multiple bold colors to share a space beautifully. It's all about keeping them in the right proportions. For two colors, strive for a 70/30 split. Here, turquoise covers about 70 percent of the room, while lime accents the palette for the remaining 30 percent. If you're using three colors, try a 70/20/10 distribution.

For two colors, strive for a split. Here, turquoise covers about 70 percent of the room, while lime accents the palette for the remaining 30 percent. If you're using three colors, try a distribution.

Bold and Bright Bold and Bright It is possible for multiple bold colors to share a space beautifully. It's all about keeping them in the right proportions. For two colors, strive for a 70/30 split. Here, turquoise covers about 70 percent of the room, while lime accents the palette for the remaining 30 percent. If you're using three colors, try a 70/20/10 distribution.

For two colors, strive for a split. Here, turquoise covers about 70 percent of the room, while lime accents the palette for the remaining 30 percent. If you're using three colors, try a distribution.

1 gal latex paint ,flat finish ( Behr paint: Stepping Stones-Home Depot) cost of 2qts is more than the cost of one gallon, I bought the gallon.) 8 8-oz bottles of Delta Fabric Medium Scrap piece of MDF (or cardboard ) On the first coat, I mixed up my paint, fabric medium, and water in a 2:2:1 ratio (2 parts paint, 2 parts fabric medium, 1 part water). I mixed it together really well and started painting. And yes, the first coat looked really awful!

1 gal latex paint ,flat finish ( Behr paint: Stepping Stones-Home Depot) cost of is more than the cost of one gallon, I bought the gallon.) 8 bottles of Delta Fabric Medium Scrap piece of MDF (or cardboard ) On the first coat, I mixed up my paint