Textured ceiling designs are patterns or textures created in a ceiling using joint compound to hide imperfections and blemishes, according to Mike Bell's Drywall School. Made using a variety of tools and patterns, textured ceiling designs range from simple swirls or sand textures to the more intricate textured combs or stenciled patterns.Continue Reading
Textured ceiling designs are an inexpensive way to give a ceiling a new look and add depth to a room, according to The Family Handyman. Perfect for hiding problem spots in a ceiling, a textured ceiling typically costs between $20 and $100 to complete, depending on the type of texture selected and size of the room.
Supplies needed to complete a textured ceiling include one to two 60-pound buckets of joint compound, flat trowels or other tools to obtain a specific texture and an acoustical sprayer and gun, according to The Family Handyman. An acoustical sprayer and gun can be rented at most hardware stores for a daily rental fee.
The joint compound is sprayed onto the ceiling using the acoustical sprayer and gun, followed by the manual use of a tool to obtain the desired texture. Once the joint compound is completely dry, the ceiling is painted to complete the look.Learn more about Decor