Blue accent wall by definition is a single wall in a room that is painted a different color or shade than the other walls of the room. This wall is in focus when entering the room and the intention is brighter to spice up the space. It is common for an accent wall to provide an interesting background to a function of the room like a fireplace or large screen TV. A vibrant color draws the eye against the wall and helps create a different mood. The living room is one of the most popular places for an accent wall.
Painting Accent Walls
Tape off burn the wall in the living room. Tape the edges that meet the other walls, ceilings and floor tiles with a target tape. Tape outside the fireplace or what the function is on the wall. Lay down a tarpaulin on the floor below the blue accent wall. Fill any holes or cracks with filler. Sand the excess to ensure a smooth surface. The emphasis wall is the primary point of view upon entering the room; therefore have to look finished and clean.
Blue accent wall with rich, vibrant colored paint with a tight W stroke. These cover squarer surface than up and down alone. Make sure the paint covers the wall properly to achieve the best effect at the entrance. Paint another jacket if needed. Drag the target tape before the paint dries to avoid peeling. Wait until the paint dries and leave the room. Come back later to evaluate the effects of the accent wall.