Make the Ultimate Statement with High-Gloss WallsObelisk Home
The laws of good taste are definitely subjective and always changing. Remember when it was frowned upon to wear black and brown together? Or how about the old rule of not mixing golds and silvers? Even as we type this, wallpaper is making a comeback. Now we ask, must walls always be painted in a subtle satin or eggshell finish?
The thought of high-gloss paint sends most people running in fear. Walls are supposed to be painted in eggshell, the trim painted in semi-gloss, and that’s the way it is. Outdated notions say anything else is tacky – like some ostentatious room at Graceland.
Well, we are here to tell you that times have changed, and under the right circumstances, high-gloss paint is all the rage. The truth is that shiny walls have been popping up in polished settings all over. If you open up any design magazine or website, you’ll see what we’re talking about. We’ve seen high-gloss paint used in bathrooms, dining rooms, libraries, and restaurants. In every circumstance, the polished sheen created drama and vibrancy.
The beauty about high-gloss paint is that it works in all settings and styles. An instant energy is added to a room that is painted in high-gloss, and most spaces can benefit from that. Because it reflects light, high-gloss paint is perfect for smaller spaces in a home, such as an entryway or powder bath. You don’t have to do the entire room either, consider just painting the ceiling. High-gloss on the ceiling can make your walls seem taller!
Imagine a dark hallway that feels cramped transitioning into an airy and inviting space. The polished sheen of the walls, nothing like Graceland, reflects light and enlarges the space with a subtle glow. High-gloss paint can transform a room, however small or large. We challenge you to take the leap of faith and get the polished home of your dreams with high-gloss paint…you can thank us later.