How to Paint a Wall
Freshly painted interior walls have an immediate and positive impact on how a room looks and feels. Follow our purchasing, preparation, and wall painting techniques to revitalize most any space in just a day or two.
Painting doesn't have to be a job for a professional. With the right tools, prep, and steps, you can master the art of painting an interior wall yourself.
The procedure for painting walls is fairly simple—cutting in the edges with a brush, then filling in the balance with a roller. With this in mind, painting a wall goes a lot more quickly when two people work together: one using a brush to cut in the corners in sections, and the other following with a roller and filling in. Tandem painters are able to eliminate any lap marks caused by applying rolled paint to an edge that's already dried.
With our help, you can go into your next painting project with confidence. We'll help you decide what to buy and how to prepare the walls. Plus, we'll show you our master wall painting technique that promises to get the job done right.