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http://collins98collins.mystrikingly.com/blog/external-timber-cladding-f... purchased another home and our objective ended up being to duplicate the wall looks that are available at the favorite Italian restaurant Olive Garden. We had searched the net and checked without having local builder's supplies all to no avail so that you can locate pre-made wall panels comparable to those in the restaurant. Finally, we decided it was time to make the walls ourselves. After considerable research we found that we might duplicate the design by using a form of faux painting. We now think that we have learned the trick to mimicking these beautiful walls even though the procedure is fairly simple. The steps we use are highlighted below: Prime the wall or surface with a good quality primer Trowel about the joint compound in order to achieve the desired texture Prime the wall again to guard the texture you have just created Paint the wall twice with whatever base coat you've got decided upon Apply either "Aqua Bond" or "Aqua Cream" glazes tinted with "Aqua Color" and applied having a A� inch nap roller to pay the rough surfaces of one's new wall texture. A good choice will be Earth Brown tinted with Brown Aqua Color inside ratio of 3 to 1 Immediately wipe from the glaze. The glaze will stick to the many various cracks and crevices. When applying and detaching the glaze it certainly helps you to possess some additional hands assisting you since this glaze will have a tendency to dry quite rapidly. Make sure to utilize a quality glaze since the cheaper versions function not give the desired results that you could want. I like the "Aqua Cream" glaze. It is an excellent choice in duplicating the Olive Garden look. The glaze continues simply and may be rub out at the edges without problems while coming back in the wall area leaving without any added lines.

http://livemorehappy.co/members/dean83lunding/activity/566410/ is a very durable glaze that really would want no additional top coats. You should remember if your basecoat just isn't totally acrylic the glaze will soak in the walls in short order.

http://everydaygamer.me/members/overgaard29lunding/activity/435368/ regarding the Oliver Garden walls is the fact that exactly the top third of the walls are in fact glazed. It starts using the glaze being the darkest in the top and gradually fading to no glaze with the lower portions in the wall. With the walls being heavily textured celebrate the illusion of added depth due to the shadows. This is a deliberate work for balance making the wall's maintenance simpler, since it becomes less difficult to touch up at the appropriate time. It isn't hard to duplicate this effect which presents this kind of attractive eye appeal at Olive Garden in case you follow these simple instructions and employ the best quality products available. That is the key to success. Copyright @2010 Joseph Parish By Joseph Parish

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