ceiling. Saturday , July 15th , 2017 - 14:39:40 PM
Popcorn ceilings don't actually look like popcorn, but are more like cottage cheese in appearance. Mostly these ceilings come in white color, however you can find some which have a gold glitter to them. These ceilings are also called acoustic ceiling, and were used from the late 1950s to 1980s in American residential construction. It has its own set of pros and cons, which we shall look at in detail.
Most homeowners pay a lot of attention in choosing wall paint, furniture placement and general layout while remodeling a basement. But even after planning and executing all these details, if you forget about doing up the ceiling, your remodeling work is going to be incomplete. For a stylish basement makeover, you need to pay close attention to remodeling the ceiling as well. And there is no reason why it cannot be done on a shoe string budget. Do the ceiling remodeling yourself, enlisting the help of your spouse or close friends, and cut down on labor cost. There are many DIY basement options that even a novice at home improvement can do. Here we will run you through some DIY basement ceiling ideas.
Painting a popcorn ceiling is a huge paint drip, splash and splatter experience. Paint is going to rain down in all directions. So first thing you need to do is remove, as much furniture as you can, from the room being painted. If removing furniture is not possible, cover the furniture with plastic sheets or cloth. Spread sheets on the floor to avoid a floor scrubbing project later! Use masking paper, masking tape and plastic to cover the walls and furniture. To prevent them from getting painted, remove all the light fixtures from the room or pack them thoroughly. Also, before you start off, cleaning the ceiling is important. Do not clean it roughly. Take care not to dislodge the texture. You may use a feather duster for the purpose.
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