Texturing drywall is usually the final step in the process, and if you’ve made it this far: congratulations, you’re almost there. Every single texture is going to end up being unique, and it’s by far the most artistic piece of the process unless you’re planning on painting a mural over the whole thing.
Thankfully, it’s also a relatively simple process which nearly anyone should be able to accomplish so give it a shot and get that final loving touch on your wall.
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Texturing drywall is actually a rather easy task, especially if you opt for a spraying type of finish. Orange peel is particularly easy to pull off, but if you want to get creative it’s time to get your hands dirty. Smooth finishes are also possible, but rather difficult to achieve for the amateur although certainly not impossible. Once you’ve slapped on the texture, all that’s left is the painting and your room will be finished for whatever you may want to use it for.
Give the whole process a shot for yourself, and you’ll have something you can be proud of each time you sit in your newly finished room.