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Painting Exterior Windows

Painting Exterior Windows

When it comes to painting the outside of your windows, look for a quality exterior trim paint. Trim paint is specially formulated to be tough and long-lasting. When you're painting, don't worry about getting some paint on the glass. Just wait until it's dry, then ...

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Skill: Intermediate

Time: 3 hours

Priming and Painting Walls

Priming and Painting Walls

Although priming is vital to a lasting finish and a great-looking room, there are also sound economic reasons for a good priming job. If you spend $30 for a gallon of designer paint, you don't want to see stains or discolouration bleeding through because you didn't take...

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 2 hours

Preparing Woodwork for Painting

Preparing Woodwork for Painting

Prepping woodwork for painting isn't difficult, but wood trim and other details can have lots of little hills and valleys. You'll need to clean, patch, and sand the woodwork before you can paint it, so a little patience is needed to make sure the job comes out looking...

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 3 hours

Allover Stenciling

Allover Stenciling

Stenciling is one of the oldest techniques for decorating walls. Before the mid-1800s, stenciling was actually less expensive than wallpaper. Now, even though wallpaper is economical, there are still good reason's to opt for an allover stencil pattern: You have complete control...

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Skill: Intermediate

Time: 4 hours

Harlequin Diamonds

Harlequin Diamonds

Harlequin diamonds are a wonderfully versatile pattern. In a child's room, they have a happy energetic effect suggesting the pattern on a clown's costume. In a dining room or living room, a diamond motif is classic and formal without being stuffy. Plan the design so that...

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Skill: Intermediate

Time: 4 hours

Painting Walls

Painting Walls

Changing the colour scheme in a room is the fastest and least expensive decorating touch on the market. If you are radically changing the colour or are applying a much darker colour, a second coat is essential, and a third may be necessary to completely cover a wall. Start painting...

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 4 hours

Double Rolling

Double Rolling

Using twin rollers rather than brushes or rags offers beginners an easy way to get a colour-washed effect. Double rolling is nearly as fast as rolling on a single colour. The only tricky part is cutting in the corners to match the mottled effect on the rest of the wall. One secret...

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Skill: Beginner

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Faux Venetian Plaster

Faux Venetian Plaster

Mimic the timeworn look of plastered wall by applying layers of undiluted paint with a trowel. The paint layers give the wall a textured look that is actually smooth to the touch. Start at the top of the wall and work down toward the floor. Watch for drips that run down the surface...

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 3 hours

Patching Peeling Paint

Patching Peeling Paint

When old paint chips, flakes or peels, it leaves behind a shallow depression. You'll need to repair these spots before painting – new coats of paint won't hide the indentations. Use a fast-drying patching compound to fill the hole.

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 1 hour

Painting Window Frames

Painting Window Frames

It seems like there's always a window in need of painting, whether you're matching a new room scheme or just sprucing things up. The actual painting isn't difficult, but you should know what you're getting into before you start. If you can, remove the window frames...

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 2 hours

Combed Stripes

Combed Stripes

The combed-stripe technique, created by combing overlapping S curves within taped-off stripes, can simulate the look of moire ribbon or can simply add a lively sense of movement to ordinary stripes. The pattern is created by dragging a notched comb through wet glaze that has ...

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 3 hours

Aging

Aging

Aging is a popular effect that gives walls the illusion of a timeworn, textured finish. Paints are applied using a brush and trowel and then blended with a damp sea sponge. When applying the paint, avoid flattening the trowel but allow it to catch on the surface, depositing the...

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 3 hours

 
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