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Wall Texture Techniques

Wall Texture Techniques
Wall texture techniques can give you the best looking walls and the perfect interiors. While you are planning for an interior painting project, consider the different textures that can add class to your home.
Mamta Mule
Giving your house a makeover? Done with the electric wiring, flooring, and other decorating work? It is time to plaster and add colors to the walls now. Well, painting your walls in a plain shiny color is a passe. If you want to have the best look, consider the various wall texture techniques. Texturing is a popular trend these days that adds a unique element to the surface. While there were only a few options available previously, today there a number of options in there from which you can choose one.
This is known to be a wall texture that takes time to work upon. It is also known to be more expensive than the other techniques. The resulting textured wall looks bumpy, with some unique shapes raised above the surface.
Skip Trowel
This is one of the highly popular techniques that is done using a trowel. After two plain color coats are applied, trowel marks are used to create a rustic look. Usually, semi-circular marks are made. With large and small semi-circles, the wall gets a classy appearance.
Orange Peel
Ever seen an orange peel? That's exactly how walls with an orange peel texture looks like. This technique is commonly used for ceilings as well. It involves the use of a machine to spray the texture compound over the surface. The thinner the compound and the lighter you spray it, the better will the result be. Fill the compound into the texturing machine, attach the hose, and spray the nozzle to cover the walls. Once it dries, you can apply the desired shade of color to the walls.
This is one of the easiest wall textures, and it also looks quite beautiful. This is also known as crow's feet, slap brush, or stomp texture. A drywall texture bush is used to create lovely strokes on the surface of the wall in this faux-painting technique.
Mud Swirl
A swirl finish looks just like your paint brush has been moved in circular motions over a wet surface. This is a little similar to the trowel texture. The difference is in the uniform shapes that are formed with this technique instead of the uneven semi-circles. This will give a classy look to your walls with never-ending and intertwined patterns, which need to be essentially done by a profession.
Stucco is amongst the most popular ceiling and wall texturing methods. It is used in commercial as well as non-commercial interior painting. This style of painting gives your walls an even and prickly texture.
Apart from these techniques, you can also opt for others, like venetian plaster, stamped, spray sand, acoustic, or popcorn. With these, you can add some lovely shades to your walls and neutral shades to the ceiling. Using shades like purple, silver gray, and olive will make the textures look the most attractive. You can choose to have a single focal wall with texturing instead of having it on all the walls. Instead of making this a do-it-yourself project, it is best to hire an experienced professional to get the best wall texture. Consulting paint shade experts is also a good idea to have excellent interiors.
Cyan wet paint texture
Worker Troweling Drywall Mud on a Ceiling for Knockdown Texture
Tactile Stucco Texture