• Painting the Window

    We shall now move on to the windows. First of all, shift all furniture and fixings away from the window you’re about to paint on.

    Always begin with movable glass panels. First, put masking to protect the panels from any dripping paint. Then be sure to paint around the covered glass panels before moving on to the rest of the window.

    If the window lies between interior and exterior walls of different colours, then the colours of parts of the window have to vary accordingly. For instance, if the part on the inside is white and the outside is brown, paint the portion where the window is hinged to the frame in white, and the top and bottom in brown.

    We've made every effort to make the colours on screen as close as possible to the ones you'll use. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee an exact colour match. Photographs and paint swatch colours will vary depending on your screen settings and resolution. The site is designed to help you get a better idea of your colour scheme ideas. If you would like to find out more about a colour, we recommend that you request for a Nippon Paint brochure.