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06-May-2017 09:51

For an affordable DIY alternative that also adds character, consider covering your popcorn ceiling with wooden planks! For tips on pulling off the look, check out Cindy's tutorial on Hometalk!

After scraping off some of the popcorn ceilings in her 1970s French country home, Edith & Evelyn Vintage blogger Cindy decided to go the wooden-plank route, and the result is pretty stunning.

I thought I would give you a little update on the living room renovation.

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I’ve also read that you can try vinegar and water – call me a skeptic but I bet it’s not that effective PARTICULARLY if it’s oil paint. If it were MY home (and I do love ‘do-it-yourself jobs’ and have a hate-on for popcorn ceilings) this is how my priorities would fall…

And remember, a patched flat ceiling will be VERY noticeable if it’s not fixed by a professional – you may be good at drywalling, but I bet you’re not good.

Via DIY Fun Ideas By the time you are done turning off the electrical, hosing your ceiling down with a potentially toxic stripper, scraping, drinking, patching, swearing, sanding, painting, etc…

They say everything comes back in style, but I’m pretty sure cottage cheese ceiling texture isn’t one of those things. This style of texture is also known as popcorn, or more formally as acoustic or stucco ceiling.

The house I grew up in had this texture, and a couple of rooms in the first house I bought did too.

I’ve also read that you can try vinegar and water – call me a skeptic but I bet it’s not that effective PARTICULARLY if it’s oil paint. If it were MY home (and I do love ‘do-it-yourself jobs’ and have a hate-on for popcorn ceilings) this is how my priorities would fall…

And remember, a patched flat ceiling will be VERY noticeable if it’s not fixed by a professional – you may be good at drywalling, but I bet you’re not good.

Via DIY Fun Ideas By the time you are done turning off the electrical, hosing your ceiling down with a potentially toxic stripper, scraping, drinking, patching, swearing, sanding, painting, etc…

They say everything comes back in style, but I’m pretty sure cottage cheese ceiling texture isn’t one of those things. This style of texture is also known as popcorn, or more formally as acoustic or stucco ceiling.

The house I grew up in had this texture, and a couple of rooms in the first house I bought did too.

Perhaps paint is peeling, water damage is creating mold, or you’re just plain sick of the old popcorn ceiling.