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Paint for Interior Walls and Ceilings

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What Paint do I need for Interior Walls?

With so much choice out there, choosing the right paint for interior walls can be confusing, to say the least.  Here are the main types of interior paint and what they’re commonly used for.

  • Matt
    The most reliable when you want a flat finish on the wall that never causes any problems. Best left for living rooms and bedrooms, as it can have low durability
  • Eggshell
    Known as one of the best for natural tones due to its soft finish in the most popular rooms. Usually seen in dining rooms and social spaces.
  • Satin
    Ideal when you have a wall you know you’ll need to wipe down once in a while, but usually reserved for skirting, trims and moulding.
  • Semi-gloss
    Provides a light sheen which works well when you want to boost natural light in the room. Often used in kitchens.
  • High-gloss
    When you want paint which will let light shine off the surface. You’ll commonly see high-gloss paints in public-facing areas or spaces where there is a lot of moisture like the bathroom.

What Paint Works Best on Ceilings?

Most people will vouch by having a reliable matt paint for the ceiling, as it is typically the one space you want to keep neutral regardless of what other colours are used in a room.

We have some fantastic pure white matt emulsions in stock, with bestsellers from Dulux Trade, Johnstone’s, and Crown Trade. And remember that if you are painting the ceiling in your home, you’ll need some rollers and frames to make it easier to reach.

Functional Wall Paints

We also have featured wall paints which are suited for spaces which need extra care. For example, some of the mould inhibiting and anti-bacterial paints from Crown help protect spaces like small bathrooms prone to mould, while Zinsser has some of the best primers to help tackle stains.

Priming Interior Walls

Remember to get some primer/undercoat to help make painting easier. Our range includes some fast-acting, water-based and quick-dry options for those painting in a hurry. Primer can also come in handy if you’re looking to paint over interior walls which currently have dark or strong colours, as a better bond on the first coat will do a better job of preventing colours from running through.

Shop Interior Wall Paint at The Paint Shed

When you purchase wall paint from The Paint Shed, you can rest assured you’re getting the best value possible.

If you need help finding specific wall paint, call us on 033 3320 2369, or email the team. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have about the products featured here.