Evolving projects, enhanced designs of highly qualified architects are creating new trends in the retail market. The textured walls is one among them, they appeal to the homeowners and also improve the value of the property.
Textured walls give an excavated look and transform the sluggish dull trend into an artistic feature. Scrapped artistically and then plastered to fill in the paint color such that it seems an art form of its own. Most commercial outlets choose textured walls for being well-noticed. Unlike flat paints, the textured walls breathe life and vibrant energy. This style hides the wall flaws and dry scales, the architectural flaws can be easily camouflaged without having to be repaired and thus acts as a cost-saving. Overall it is also budget-friendly as it can also serve the purpose of hiding the distressed walls which are damaged with years of wear and tear.
Being well equipped with the required tools like brushes, guns, spray guns, and chisels the painters carve out the textures on the existing mud. With just an additional splatter of mud on the wall, the designed surfaces form unique patterns and thus textures. Quite commonly used different wall Textures are illustrated below for better understanding.
Comb: The creation of a pattern with additional mud splatter. This design is formed by a wavelike structure which is paved by moving the mud in such a way that it forms cervical lines. Depending on the skill of the painter this texture has been reformed and further evolved. Thus, never loses its trend.
Popcorn: One of the oldest textures prominently used on ceilings and applied using a sprayer is a traditional style. This technique is the best way to the hideout the architectural faults without much hassle.
Orange Peel: This name comes from the pattern of spraying designs similar to that of the peel of an orange and thus being named so.
Sand Swirl: The swirls are made of primer and sand mix to depict patterns similar to loops. They give individuality to the room.
Knockdown: This unique spraying technique is an improved version of the orange peel design. This requires more effort as it has several steps in the process in comparison to other wall textures.
Skip Trowel– Using a knife this technique leaves a lovely texture with multilayer circles. It requires two people as one keepings smudging and the other keeps carving out the pattern. This serves as a perfect choice for a bedroom wall.
Slap Brush– Slapping of brush with the consistent mud causes various patterns that don’t require the usage of a spray gun. The structure does not need any fixed pattern and the brush can be slapped repeatedly in varied strokes to make this texture.
Rosebud– As the name goes this pattern is created with the slap brush technique to create patterns of rosebuds.
Crows Feet– The mud is pushed to create patterns of Crow Feet and thus the name for this pattern.
Stomp Brush– Long bristles of the round brush are pushed across the entire wall to create the required pattern.
The textures can be sensed physically and visually by feeling the wall. Each area of the house, be it the living space, bathroom, kitchen or exterior view demands its own unique view and thus the design ideas. Thankfully painting isn’t now just about splashing colors but utilizing a blend of skill, equipment, and lively colors for the livable dwelling.