A textured wall treatment is an Old World technique that adds a modern look and feel to your home. Treating an accent wall, a wall with a fireplace in it, or even cabinetry, ceilings, doors, and furniture, will add edge and class to your living space or business.
Textured wall treatments can be as subtle or as bold as you like. Let’s walk through 5 fantastic styles in order from subtle to outstanding and find the one that fits you best.
5 Textured Wall Treatments for Your Home
1. Textured Paint
Some retailers sell paint specifically for textured wall treatments. It may give a surface a rough stone feel, the look of rusted metal, or the smooth touch of grooved ceramic.
2. Drywall Mud
Step up the texture and hide unsightly nail holes with drywall mud. A textured wall treatment in this style can help you emulate a stucco finish or add horizontal lines that give an wood grain effect.
3. Repurposed Wood
On a budget? Looking for a beach theme? Wood can be used (or reused) to add a natural touch to a room, especially with excellent natural light. Stain or paint it to match your home, or leave it as is.
4. Bold Tiles
Tiles in metal, plaster, or other materials can be purchased to create perfect patterns. The right set of tiles will add luxury and value to your home. Find many more examples of here on Houzz.
5. Stone or Brick
You read that right. A stone wall creates a masculine backdrop for a bachelor’s bedroom or home office. Geometric shapes give your space a sense of purpose. Stone comes in a variety of colors and styles.
Textured Wall Treatments Aren’t Ordinary…
And neither are you. Why turn a room into a boring box with the same old paint? Make your space feel special. Use textured wall treatments to create a cozy nook at home or in your office. Add style on a budget in your apartment or small business. Interior design is supposed to be fun. Be bold.
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