What's the difference between choosing a colour for interior and outdoor?

 You don't have to be an architect or have supernatural powers to get the colour right and have that room you saw in the magazine. 

 You can choose any colour as per your personality and ask your Malerkanonen professional painter to do it – simple. Knowing how to match all the elements of the room, the decision becomes simpler, just have this base and define its colour palette. To reduce the chance of colour mismatch, consider not only the colour you want in the room, but the colour you want to paint outside for a harmonious effect. 


Difference between interior and exterior colour effect

Still do not know what is the difference between interior and exterior paints? If you can understand the basic differences of choosing the colour between interior and exterior – there will be no complication to choose the colour in future. Each interior painting has its own peculiarities and distinctive elements that make it suitable for a specific project.
 
Finding your way in the vast range of exterior paints is not easy, sometimes not even for professionals. There is no single type of product ideal for every need. Whereas, outdoor painting is relatively cheaper than indoor painting. Not only the paints, but also the varnishes which are used to paint furniture, wooden terrace, frames, etc. 

It’s time to evaluate different paints

Very well, the phrase that we have ever heard “Painting, is painting”, is not a phrase that we can apply to every situation. You will ask yourself, "Why?" It's quite simple, there is always a kind of painting for our kind of need, right? 

Latex paints are composed of four main elements, among which are: solvents, resins, pigments and additives. Logically, the composition of each of them depends specifically on the quality of the paint and the surface in which it will be applied. The paint for interior and exterior, contain water and solvent (which makes the paint wet). The exterior paint contains chemical substances (such as pesticides) to protect the painted surface against fungi, insects, extreme weather conditions and sunlight. For these reasons, this painting is not suitable for use inside our home. Now, the interior paint cannot withstand the heat or the rain, in other words, has no weather resistance.

Difference based on classifications

We already know the difference in both paintings, it is time that you know the types of paintings for interiors and exteriors:
Water paints: The most ideal for our interior walls, they are quick drying and you can give it "a second pass".

Oil-based paints: Ideal for outdoors, due to its weather resistance.

Varnish paint: Do you want to improve the appearance of a damaged furniture? This type of paint is ideal, since "life" returns to wood to obtain a luminous finish. You can give it a matt, pearly, glossy finish or if you prefer, transparent.

Epoxy paint: In materials, such as wood and metal, this paint is the best. It has the advantage that you can use it in humid places. Do not forget that, for this painting, it is important that you obtain a kit with resin, hardener and diluent. 

Mate Painting: The king of finishes! This type of paint, the most common, is matt, semi-matt and satin.

The harmonious environment

It is not enough to choose the right colour for your room, you need to know how to dose and balance with the colours of other objects in the room, such as curtains, wardrobe, floor, bedding, dressing table and everything else. Besides the combination, other factors that must be worked on are the amount and intensity of the colours on the walls. As well as the colour of the exterior must be relaxing.
 
 
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