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Information of Drywall Texture Styles

Sprayed Drywall Textures

One interesting and unique trait to sprayer-applied drywall textures is that their designs cannot be mimicked by hand. Only a specialized apparatus designed to apply texture material to drywall surfaces can create the styles most-noted for machine application. Some common styles include Orange Peel, Splatter Knockdown, and the classic, Popcorn.

The device used to apply the texture material operates by storing the substance in a hopper, and then releasing it through a long hose with an air compressor operated by a manual trigger. They come in a variety of sizes and brands, so it is important to choose the proper apparatus for your drywall texture goals. For large scope projects, professionals will use innovative sprayers powered by actual motors and internal combustion engines.

Hand-Applied Textures

An interesting fact about hand-applied drywall textures is that there is literally no limit to the designs, styles, and originality the artist can choose to do! Even if a contractor uses the same style, such as the common “skip trowel“, no one application will be exactly the same as another. It is virtually impossible! The options are merely limited to one’s own imagination! Other common designs for manual drywall textures include Hawk and Trowel, Swirl, Double Skip, Sante Fe, Stomp Knockdown, Rosebud Stomp, and Cross Foot Stomp.

Most often, manual textures are applied using a pan and trowel. There are also specialized drywall brushes, knives, and rollers contractors can buy to create specific designs and custom styles. For hand applied projects, it is important to be experienced and skilled in the artistry of drywall texture. For this reason, be sure to hire a professional drywall contractor for outstanding results you can trust.