Our associates find inspiration in some of the most unique places at The Home Depot. From the hardware aisle to the paint desk, there’s always something around the corner to spark creativity for your next do-it-yourself project.
Check out this behind the scenes look at Paint Tint Art. It’s what unmixed paint looks like before it’s shaken for customers. Paint Tint Art is similar to latte art, where the method of mixing paint results in a pattern or design on the surface. We know – it’s hard to look away!
Above: By @shelbygaail on Instagram
A fiery mixture of warm reds evoke feelings of summertime. Despite summer coming to end, sunbursts are a friendly reminder that it’s never too late to enjoy the outdoors.
Home Depot associate jdodman6 says, “Mixing paint like it’s going out of style! #TintTuesday #thd #homedepot #orangelife #labordaysale #paint #colors #sofun #sobusy #MakeItBold #MakeItSummer”
It’s a dolphin. It’s a koi fish. It’s…abstract art! Home Depot associate p3tr0_5000 says, “I’ve had some people say it looks like a brain.” What do you see? Tell us in the comments!
Mixing paint is fun when you get to see how tints are combined to make a range of colors!
Paint Tint Art mimics stone and marbled paper! DIY blogger stacyrisenmay says, “I would seriously hang a picture of that on my wall! Stunning.”
This contemporary flower painting resembles the natural and still life forms of artist Georgia O’Keeffe.
Home Depot associate 1950s_sweetie says, “This was an ‘oops’ gallon. I assume someone dispensed the tint, but didn’t shake the can afterward. It seems like the colorant dispersed overnight.”
Remember splatter painting from grade school? This is how our associates do it in the 2.0 version.
The legacy of Van Gogh’s Starry Night lives on! Associate goatonarope says, “More of my #PaintTintArt…this magic is being made at store 3042 in Joplin MO.”
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