Painting Interior Stucco

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When it comes to beautifying and protecting your home, painting interior stucco is a great design choice. The timeless appeal of stucco, coupled with a fresh coat of paint, can truly transform the aesthetics of your living spaces.

Whether you’re considering giving your home a facelift or planning to add a splash of color to your interiors, painting interior stucco is the way to go.

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When it comes to painting interior stucco, you need to understand the best type of paint to use on your interior walls. As  Sunny Coast Stucco, located in the greater San Diego area, is your go-to expert in stucco We can share with you the best type of paint for interior walls.  Choosing the right type of paint to update or transform your interior walls will obtain the results you are going for.


Choosing the Type of Paint

With interior stucco walls, we find it advisable to choose a matte or flat finish instead of semi gloss or gloss. The texture of stucco looks best with a matte or flat paint. Matte paint has a gloss percentage of around a five to ten percentage.

Flat paint has an even lower gloss percentage than matte with at the most a five percent gloss percentage.

Selecting the best type of paint for your stucco is crucial in ensuring long-lasting results and an impeccable finish.

 Sunny Coast Stucco understands the significance of color in transforming living spaces, and our team of experts can guide you in making the right choice. Whether you prefer vibrant and bold shades to make a statement or neutral and soothing tones for a calming ambiance, our extensive color palette ensures you’ll find the perfect match for your taste.


Choosing Color for Stucco

One of the most exciting aspects of painting interior stucco is choosing the perfect colors that resonate with your style and complement your home’s interior design. Coherence is the key to ensuring a harmonious design. Start by choosing a central theme or color scheme, and then paint your stucco to in keeping with that look or color scheme. You can opt for a subtle backdrop of monochromatic color to highlight your decor or make a statement with an accent wall that steals the show. 

And do not forget, you can also add color to stucco before adding it to walls. So if you are updating walls with stucco or in the building stage, you can choose to color stucco and forego the need to paint.

Dont’ Forget Exteriors

Just a note about exterior painting. The best paint for exteriors is acrylic, also known as acrylic-latex. Stucco’s uneven surface requires the use of acrylic (acrylic-latex) paints to hit every available surface with an equal amount of color and volume. Acrylic/acrylic-latex paint is water-based with acrylic binders and adheres well to uneven and rough surfaces. This type of exterior paint is both durable and flexible, maximizing stucco surface breathability. Stucco becomes a hard but porous surface that allows for breathability so you want your paint to have similar breathability.

Call Sunny Coast Stucco for Stucco Installation 

Sunny Coast Stucco provides Residential & Commercial Stucco Installation, Stucco Repair, Stucco Renovation, Exterior & Interior Plastering, New Construction, Construction Defect Repair, and Homeowner Associations Services, and more, to the residents and businesses of El Cajon, La Jolla, La Mesa, Lemon Grove, North Park, San Diego, Santee, and surrounding San Diego neighborhoods.

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