A great transformation at your place is easy with Dulux Colours of New Zealand. Create a whole new look in your living room with this guide. Colour featured: Dulux Lake Camp.
Blue can create a tranquil and calming atmosphere in your home. Darker tones of blue bring a moody sophisticated feeling to your room. In lighter shades, blue can help a room feel larger. Here are some popular blue schemes from the Dulux Colours of New Zealand® range, including colours for your trims.Order sample pots and swatches
Choose your sheen level – we recommend low sheen, our most popular finish
Using Dulux Wash&Wear® in your chosen sheen and colour, cut in edges with a high-quality synthetic brush
Using a 10–18mm nap roller, finish the remainder of the walls
Leave to dry and then repeat for the second coat
If you’re completing your painting project over a few days keep your paint fresh by simply putting the lid back on your tin and store in a cool, dry area.
Save your accessories for next time! Simply give them a good clean. If you’ve used water-based paint you can clean your brushes in a bucket of water to remove most of the paint, ready for use next time. Note: for solvent-based paint, the recommended solvent is required.
*The $300 spend is based on generic products required for most projects. Based on your specific project needs you may need slightly different paint and accessories, contact Dulux Help & Advice for more information. Assuming the living room is approximately 6x6m and is a re-paint job requiring two coats using Dulux 1Step® Prep 4L and Dulux Wash&Wear® Low Sheen Vivid White™ 4L. Based on RRP as of January 2023 advertised on retailer website. Prices may vary between retailers. To ensure the best accuracy, test your colour choice at home by ordering Dulux Sample Pots and A4 Colour Swatches.