Graphite, burnt cement, rough and scratched. These are just some of the many wall texture options available today. And surely you must have seen or heard of each of them. Not for less. Textures are practical and efficient finishing solutions, but that’s not just why they stand out. Want to know more about it? So stay here in this post with us, we’ll talk more about it, and make available the pattern of a beautiful Crochet Santa Ornament.
We’ll tell you all the advantages that this finish has to decorate, the types of wall texture you can use and how to apply them there in your home. Will lose? One of the main advantages of wall texture is the decorative effect they provide to environments. The different patterns and texture formats combined with the numerous color choices make textures a great resource for changing the aesthetics of spaces and customizing them to your liking.
Wall textures are also a great way to control the humidity of the environment. This is because the mass used in the creation of textures is denser and thicker than the plaster and thus ends up controlling the expansion of moisture through the walls helping a lot.
The texture still has the advantage of disguising the imperfections of the wall, such as stains, small unevenness and cracks that make the wall a little ugly. The texture can be used in countless ways both indoors and out. That’s right! Textures can be applied quietly outdoors and exposed to sun and rain. Textures can also be used alternately, ie on just one wall or on all walls of the room, depending on the effect you want to cause.
The ability to apply the texture yourself is another big and very good advantage. Anyone can apply wall texture even without technical knowledge. With a simple video lesson (like the many on youtube) you can roll up your sleeves and start making your own texture. Graffiti is one of the most popular wall textures in existence. The groove effect on the surface gives the spaces a very interesting rustic feel, especially when combined with color and environment-friendly lighting.
Chapisco is a very popular wall texture technique, especially on walls, facades and outdoor areas. Burnt cement is in vogue too and can easily be seen on inspirations of decorative designs. The splattered texture creates a beautiful motion effect on the wall. Very easy to make, the spatula needs only a good flapper. Scratching is a kind of texture very similar to graffiti, but with a slightly more refined and not so rustic end result.
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