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Is there anything I need to watch out when I take the wall-paper out ? Could there be any asbestos behind ? If I find some MDF or other wood panel should I tear them down as well ? Except some bad holes I would need to fill, anything else I should expect ?
Sometimes you find nice stuff..like the previous occupant may have written how many rolls you need, as for panels of any kind..you will be able to tell about them by knocking ..plaster sounds different.
Also, my friend’s husband is a plasterer..if the wall wobbles when you knock..the plaster might come off..as it wobbles when it isn’t in contact with the battens any more.
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I am wall papering one wall in my living room. It has curved corners however. I have never wallpapered before, and since the Wall paper is expensive I really cannot afford to mess up. Any Suggestions?
Your wall paper comes in strips. have a tile sponge, bucket of water, and a rubber window squeegie. "dampen" the wall from top to bottom the width of the wallpaper. cut you paper to length. Use your damp sponge to "set" your paper in place. Starting at the top,use the squeegie in a upward motion starting in the middle. THEN downward motion again from the middle..IT IS NOT AS EASY AS YOU MIGHT THINK !!!!! Any problems, get ahold of me at firstname.lastname@example.org (I would also suggest removing your basemoulding 1st)
It is my first house and i need love some decorating tips and tricks you may have picked up Thank you. All suggestions are welcome!
**i would love some Decorating** sorry
-Bigger art makes a bigger impact.
-Art and photos normally look best with a mat
-Rooms shouldn’t have a theme other than colors
-It takes a skilled decorator to make dark walls look good
-Accent walls rarely look as good as people expect them to, its a highly overrated trend
-Look at what you already have (and love) to decide on what to do next.
-Browing online before shopping in stores saves you a lot of time
-Target and Walmart furniture is crap. If you don’t have much money, you’re better off driving 100 miles to an Ikea.
-JC Penney is a surprisingly great resource for window treatments
-Etsy is a great place to buy art
I’ve done some research but I got a little confused with all the different certifications, and degrees there are for Interior Design or home staging careers. I don’t know wich will be best to go for. Can anybody tell me what will be the best thing to do to start a career in any of these two fields and be able to get great oportunities once done with education?
I guess you should start doing make over services to get experience and after that, it is a time to applying on some company that hiring interior design jobs and get big salary.
How do I remove just a wall paper border that is in center of wall without removing the wall paper behind it?
My twelve year old son wants me to remove the "cow jumping over the moon" wallpaper border that encircles the center of the wall in his room. I would like to remove it without having to remove the Wall paper that it is attatched to. I am afraid that if I score the border and use a product like "Dif" I will loosen the paper behind it and end up with a larger project than I have time to handle right now. Any suggestions?
If you can find the seam of just the border take your fingernail and pull the vinyl facing off, now you should have the white backing left. Use a spray bottle with hot water and a sponge in the other hand and spray the backing and with the sponge keep the moisture on the backing as much as possible meaning DON"T let the water soak all over the wallpaper. Just do a wall at a time. By the time your at the end of the wall go back again using your fingernail and pull the backing off once off use a clean sponge to wipe down your wallpaper. This will work as long as there wasn’t a vinyl adhesive used on it. Good luck Les the painter
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