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Pattern painting

Colourwash

Colourwash is a fast and simple way to enliven single-colour walls in the home. You can choose delicate, hazy colours or fresh, bright ones -colourwash brings walls to life.
Colourwash

Pattern painting with roller

A pattern roller gives you an interesting and impressive finish. You can make it subtle and delicate or dramatic, just as you wish.
Pattern painting with roller

Stippling

Stippling with a natural sponge is one of the easiest patterning methods there is. For a more vivid pattern you can use two stippling colours.
Stippling

Doll it up with stencils

Bring a wall to life with stencilled patterns. An attractive surround or decoration unifies a room space, while an individual pattern provides a focus point.
Doll it up with stencils

Clear-cut and graphic with masking

Masking gives you graphical clarity in patterns or colour surfaces.
Masking

A Mediterranean look with Tunto Fine Textured Finish

A lively, slightly stucco effect can be achieved with Tunto Fine Textured Finish.
Mediterranean

A kaleidoscope of colours with Flake Lacquer

Mosaic Flake Lacquer is an exciting way of playing with colours. The patterning is formed of the undercoat with rollerapplied Flake Lacquer on top.
Mosaic flake lacquer

Let colours live

In patterning, any kind of tools such as rags, plastic bags and sponges can be used to create vivid coloured surfaces. The long drying time of the paint makes it easy to work with.
Let colours live

Touch reveals the form of a surface

Structural variation and contrast can work wonders on a wall. Not only the glossy-matt contrast but also the rough-smooth contrast can bring a room to life in a new way.
Touch reveals the form of a surface

Individual stencilling

The Tikkurila stencil collection includes large and striking stencils which you can use in many different ways. You can pattern entire wall surfaces and create a wallpaper effect or spotlight a particular detail in the room.
Individual stencilling

Stencils make an impression

Floral motifs such as leaves, flowers and branches are placed asymmetrically on the wall, either larger than life or as a continuous surface in wallpaper fashion.
Stencils make an impression

Large patterns

Various alternatives can be found from wallpaper markets, but painting, with its virtually unlimited colour possibilities, is the only way to conjure up truly unique patterns.
Large patterns


Colour cards

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