Optimum Sheen for Painted wall screen
I am going to paint a wall to be used as my projector screen. My room is very light controlled and my walls are all dark grey. The projector I am using is an Epson 2100, projecting a 110” image from about 14ft.
It appears to me a white screen would be best suited for these conditions.
Regarding the title, I read that there was a paint by sherwin williams that used to be very good but later on became too glossy/shiny.
My question is can I mix the flat version with the sating version in specific ratios to achieve a sheen that would give me better vibrance than flat paint, but less or no hot-spotting like the semi-gloss?. Basically I am trying to reproduce the previous formula.