Perfect Ways to Use Paintable Textured Wallpaper

Posted by sergit 30/11/2014 0 Comment(s) Modern Wallpaper,

Create an Architectural Look in Your Home Paintable textured wallpaper is great for that architectural look. You can add mosaics, patterned masterpieces and slabs in any room that you wish. There is no need to pay the thousands that these would cost to build into your home and can be removed at any time you want. There is no need to worry about the structures becoming unsafe or losing out on all that money invested when you move. Use Simple Designs to Add Texture Plain walls look boring and flat. By adding texture, you can make walls stand out, whether you are opting for intricate patterns or simple designs. They are suitable for all rooms, including kitchens and bathrooms. Try hexagonal patterns for one of the bathroom walls or opt for small patterns for a boarder around your living room.

Paint in a Color that Suits Your Tastes

Once you have the paintable wallpaper, it is time to think about colors. These don’t come in other shades, except white, meaning you need paint to turn it into a color that you enjoy. This is great, whether you have an artistic side or not. You could opt for it all one color or you can make the textures stand out by painting them in a different color.

Add It to One Half of the Room

Instead of using the paintable wallpaper on every part of the wall, consider using it on just the top or bottom half. The bottom half in a bold color is excellent for a hallway or dining room, while the top half in a lighter color could be perfect for a bedroom. It draws attention to one particular area while making the room look bigger.

There are many ways to use paintable textured wallpaper and there is no wrong or right answer. Do something that suits your style and taste, along with the outcome that you desire.

Glaze coat

Paint the untreated surface of the Go / Pro non-woven product with a water-based glaze. The non-woven absorbs the color more intensely than the surface profile. Hereby, a two-color effect can be achieved in a single work step.

1st work step: glaze coat

Paint the untreated surface of the Go / Pro non-woven product with a water-based glaze. The non-woven absorbs the color more intensely than the surface profile. Hereby, a two-color effect can be achieved in a single work step.

2nd work step: sponge technique

Apply the second color with a soft natural sponge, dabbing delicately to the desired cloudiness. Use a ready mixed glaze for this step. Only a small amount of paint should be applied to the sponge. Apply the effective coating irregularly, in a circular motion and do not use too much pressure, otherwise streaks and stains are possible.

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