Striking Linework can go in almost any space. This pattern brings drama and movement wherever it goes — add it to furniture or moveable pieces to provide contrast to plain colors, or apply it to full walls to scale up the impact.
When it comes to color, Striking Linework is versatile enough to complement almost any style — while neutrals can make it feel more traditional and elegant, bright colors can add bursts of energy and vibrancy.
Creating a Striking Linework pattern in your space takes just a few steps.
Find the right tape for your project. We used ScotchBlue™ Painter's Tape Delicate Surfaces with Advanced Edge-Lock™ Paint Line Protector.
Choose a base color (or use an already painted surface, making sure paint has dried for at least 24 hours), and prepare the surface for the pattern. (Check out our Guide to Taping for prep tips.)
Tape your painting surface with angled lines and stripes, remembering that the spaces you tape will remain your base color, and empty spaces will be the color of your new coat of paint. Get creative and go free-form — no need to follow an exact pattern.
Let the paint dry completely before putting your room back together.