Smooth gradient transitions in the ombre technique are popular with many. Today, ombra is used very widely: by hairdressers, and designers, and manicure masters, and not only. Take a closer look at the idea of creating a soothing, beautiful and fashionable wall using an ombre technique - this is quite an original solution for a small redecoration.
To do this you will need 3 cans of paint:
- primary color (saturated);
- intermediate color
Of course, it is better if you use a larger number of adjacent colors (5-7), then it will be easier to make color transitions on the wall. However, with 3 cans of paint it turns out a good option. To begin with, the wall must be prepared for painting. Then the first layer of white paint is applied to it from above or below, depending on which transition you plan to make. To make it easier to work, you should visually divide the wall into 3 parts and paint in accordance with this.
The next color is intermediate. We work as quickly as possible so that the paint does not dry out much. Apply an intermediate color, and use a roller or a wide brush to begin to lubricate the edges between white and colored paint, making stains and transitions. You can add more white paint if necessary.
You can mix the intermediate color with white, then it will be even easier to make the transition, but longer. We turn to the final painting of the walls - the main, the brightest color. We make the same transitions with a wide brush or roller.
Here are some examples of the ombre gradient wall in the interior:
Detailed process of painting the gradient wall can be found in the video below: