mural. Monday , May 29th , 2017 - 19:59:24 PM
Paint Cons The cons of paint compared to wallpaper are minimal. The two biggest cons are that the walls must be smooth, otherwise the uneven areas will show depending on the lighting and there are relatively no patterns to choose from when it comes to paint. If you want to add flowers, a border or shapes to the design, you'll have to paint them yourself.
Painting over wallpaper is a subject that is taboo amongst many in the professional painting industry, however if your wallpaper meets certain criteria you can paint over wallpaper with little or no problems. The first thing that you will need to do is determine if the wallpaper is in good enough condition to paint over. By this, I mean that you must check for any loose seams, rips or tears in your wallpaper. If you have any loose seams they must be glued prior to painting. If you have numerous rips or tears, then you will be well advised to go ahead and remove the wallpaper instead of trying to paint over it.
Time to decide on a mural. Murals are normally painted on a 4x4 inch tile or a 6x6 inch tile. Using the 30 inch wide by 36 inch high scenario, a vertical mural 24 inches wide and 20 or 24 inches high will leave 4 inches on each side of the mural and adequate space on top.
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