Regal Round Up – January: Office Updates & Spray Paint

Office Updates Spray Paint

Happy New Year, readers! Have you made a New Year’s resolution to spruce up your space in 2017? Perhaps you’re a painter or decorator looking for some fresh ideas to bring to your work this year? Whether you’re an old pro or a fledgling DIYer, we’ve compiled some fantastic blogs and posts which will inspire you with great interior design and teach you plenty of tricks of the trade too.

This month; get some great ideas for office redecoration, learn how to paper a feature wall from a pro and discover the pros and cons of spray painting your walls.

How to Update an Office Space

It’s never easy returning to work after the Christmas holidays, even more so when your professional environment looks – well – a little lacklustre. With so much daily use, it’s only too easy for offices and workplaces to get a bit scruffy around the edges – and to get overlooked when it’s high time for a freshen up. This blog from the ever-helpful Blogging Painters website has a few ideas which will turn all of that around. Their 5 bright ideas for updating an office are a great read for business owners, managers and decorators alike.

How to Paper a Feature Wall

Professional painter and decorator Daniel Nugent knows a thing or two about his craft, and shares plenty of knowledge with both DIYers as well as with others in his trade via his video tutorials and blog. In this edition, Daniel explains how to make a great job of papering a feature wall. As a “stand out” element in an interior, feature walls need to be perfect. This tutorial will help you ensure your statement design is wrinkle-free, flawless and made to be the centre of attention.

Should You Try Spray Painting?

Technology gets better and better every day, but a simple roller and paint remain the tried and tested way to freshen up your home with a new colour or finish. But could spray painting be a new alternative which gets the job done more quickly? This helpful blog from UK Home Improvement catalogues the pros and cons of the technique, from the speed of application and drying, to the potential for making one heck of a mess.

Have you tried spray painting in the past? Would you give it a go in your home? Have your say and share tips with other readers below.