It's dated, and unlike other styles from the 1960s Mad Men" era that have come back around, popcorn ceilings have escaped that kind of retro love. With its sharp peaks and deep depressions, you need a thick-nap roller, patience, and plenty of drop cloths in order to paint this type of ceiling.
Truth: Technically true, but mostly it is an illusion.
In a prior home, she had discovered that the slight sheen made her rooms appear two inches taller.
We decided to give it a new coat of paint…as well as the rest of the house.
By the time we are done, every wall and ceiling will be painted in our house!
If you live in an older home, purchase a home test for lead paint, and consult with an expert about testing for asbestos.