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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by moonlitebeachgal love my copper ceiling
I live in a mobile home and wanted to do a copper ceiling in an inset where my florescent light fixture was. Instead of painting it on the ceiling I painted it on a sheet of plywood resting on 2 card tables 1st with dark copper flat paint (which it soaked up like water)
Then I used metallic copper by Rustoleum water based paint to do the metallic coat. (again easier to paint flat than hurting your neck)
I did trim for the top join, corners, and bottom which were also painted copper.
We applied wallpaper paste generously to the ceiling as well as the paper when we hung it, make sure you do a straight line for your 1st row.
I love it with the flush mount fixture I painted to match.
February 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LS beautiful results in different decorating projects
I bought this initially to create a copper ceiling effect in the recess when I had the ugly florescent fixtures removed, but then went on to use it to paper the inset of my kitchen cabinets and a rescued cabinet I refinished and painted a faux marble top
June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jessicakay31 Great ceiling cover alternative
I used this wall paper to cover drywall that had been scraped clean of popcorn. Though the paper is prepasted, I didn't feel there was enough stick to make it adhere to the ceiling. I ended up adding pre mixed paste as well. I made sure to add a generous amount of paste to the edges but still had to go back and touch up the seams once installed with additional paste. The paper will stretch quite a bit once you get it wet. The overall look is the best if the seams don't overlap at all, and the seams virtually disappear once you apply a few good coats of paint.
August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Laynie Perfect look
Love this paint able wallpaper - went up in a snap and the design made it super easy to trim where needed. All products on this project from Home Depot - from the wallpaper, paint and quarter rounds! Take a look!
April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by brinkj Paintable tile wall paper
I wanted a copper metal, tile look for my back splash , but couldn't find an economical option. Until I say this textured paintable wall paper. I used copper acrylic paint. Applied it with a small paint roller . Two coats later,and a gloss mod podge sealer, and I have a made to order copper back splash. My sisters liked it so well, that they want to do theirs too.
September 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Azureskye absolutley Loved this wallpaper after it was painted !
I wanted a different look for Our guest bathroom and chose this wallpaper because of it's texture and it is paintable. Turned out just as I pictured it ! However, I had to order a third roll because, when wet ( or too wet ) it tears very easily. I suggest taking a sponge and wiping some of the glue off after soaking but...NOT too much. It went up easily and into place with no problem. I let the wallpaper dry a good 2 days before painting. I also used a textured paint roller ( I chose one for masonry ) it worked very well. A regular roller did not work very well at all. If you prepare the walls as per instructions, works great.
April 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dawn Its gorgeous!
Like most people had said, it rips when you're cutting it. It looks great up! My wall color was dark & this is white so we were a little worried at first. But once I painted it & cleaned up nicely where it was torn. We got it as a back splash for the kitchen. LOVE IT!
July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Howard Paintable ceiling paper
Easy to apply and looks great on the ceiling. It hides all the drywall seams.
June 28, 2016