Colour has never been such a tactile adventure. Texture and colour have finally met each other. When you design personalized effects for interior wall surfaces, you can now freely combine colours and various surface textures. Be inspired and unleash your imagination - Tunto textured finishes add a third dimension to colour.
Tunto textured finishes allow you to highlight the unique character of each room. Two textured finishes are available: Tunto Hieno - Fine Textured Finish and Tunto Karhea - Coarse Textured Finish.
By using various tools, Tunto Hieno - Fine Textured Finish can be used to achieve a virtually unlimited variety of surface forms, while Tunto Karhea - Coarse Textured Finish imparts a rough, rock-like appearance and feel.
Light and shadow, expressed in natural colours
On vibrant surfaces, light and shadow coexist in harmony, sustain each other, and remind us of the diversity of nature. The range of colours exudes the tranquillity of mountain ranges formed over millions of years and the power crystallised in minerals.
Interaction between colour and surface bring a new kind of excitement to the finished result. There are also plenty of practical techniques to choose from. Every home decorator can manage the easier methods, while the more challenging work should be left to professionals.
Here are some suggestions for creating beautiful and unique surfaces, bound only by your imagination.
- Enchanting three-dimensional textured surface for homes and public areas.
- Natural matte surfaces for conveying the aura of high-quality, authentic materials.
- Detailed effects that can either be understated or boldly effective.
- Earthy colours ranging from subtle to strong.
- Unlimited variety of ideas and practical techniques.
- Enliven interior wall surfaces in harmony with the clean lines of modern apartment buildings.
|Working procedures are classified by their degree of difficulty:
||Surfaces that you can easily work with.
||More challenging surfaces that you can work on yourself if you have practical skills and are used to painting.
||Surfaces best left to a professional painter. You may work on them yourself if you are extremely handy and have painting experience.
Once you have taken the first step, you can do it!