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Textures for walls

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Texture walls look more interesting than smooth and, moreover, they add style to the interior. Textures are different, from barely noticeable to clearly expressed.

Someone chooses 3D wallpaper for walls, and someone stops precisely on the texture. You can give texture to all walls of the room or only one that plays the role of accent. As soon as you decide what atmosphere you want to create in the room, you can plan the interior, based not so much on how the room will look, how much it will give.Imitation of plaster

The texture of the plaster on the walls will make your home look like a Spanish or Mexicanian Gasiend. Plaster is made of limestone, sand and water. She has a pleasant look of the texture, and she perfectly hides the shortcomings of the walls. To imitate this texture, dip the painting roller in the paint designed for stucco, and shake off (do not squeeze!) Excess paint. The best effect will give thick paint. When paint the wall, move the roller from top to bottom in a straight line. And when the wall is covered, repeat the painting process again. Two layers of paint will look more reliable.

Imitation of the orange peel

The painting technique that imitates the orange peel creates a surface covered with dimples and tubercles. To get the desired result, you will need a spray gun, but the implementation of this technique does not require special skills. A textile gun will help you achieve the desired effect. Thanks to the spray gun, the work is performed quickly enough. Choose a suitable nozzle and the distance from which the paint is applied, since the final view of the wall is largely dependent on these factors.

Sand paint

Walls covered with texture imitating sand are usually similar to adobe walls. You can buy paint with a sandy structure. Work on a small section of the wall at a time, covering the wall with a thick layer with a spatula. Depending on what effect you want to get, apply paint with wide straight strokes, or circular movements to form a wavy texture.

Venetian plaster

Give the room a spectacular look of the Italian villa, finishing them with Venetian plaster. The main ingredient of this decorative plaster is pigmented paint. This finishing material creates a smooth surface of a bright color on the wall. Cover with this mixture of the wall using a spatula. Take your time, to achieve the best result, Venetian plaster often has to apply in several layers.

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