Freehand 2 Wall Colors

Here is a tip when you have 2 wall colors that join either in a corner or anywhere else. Always cut the light colors first and be sure to cut about 1/4" onto the 2nd color or joining area, in this case – the corner. Obviously dry time is required, then come back and freehand the darker color about 1/16" of an inch onto the 1st color (tan).

By overlapping the tan color in this photo with the dark redish brown, we will achieve a dominant break. If we were to not cut 1/16" into the joining color, the tan color may appear to be more dominant despite its lighter color.

Colors Used
Walls: Behr Dessert Sand and Sherwin Williams SW 6068 Brevity Brown
New Dirty White
Ceiling: Proform Match


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