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50 Ways to Paint Ceilings and Floors

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This third book in the 50 Ways series presents a whole new set of projects for creating beautifully decorated surfaces around your home - this time it's the floors and ceilings that are in for a treat. Using ordinary paint and decorative tools, as well as prefabricated mouldings and panelling, readers will be able to turn floors and ceilings into amazing works of decor. From Venetian Plaster to Stencilled Stars and Applied Motifs, you'll find a trove of floor and ceiling painting techniques you never imagined would be possible, let alone so easy. Faux Drapery, Bead Board, Floor Cloth, Wood Floors, Tile&Stone, Linoleum and even Cement Floors round out just 10 of the 50 ways. Materials for these projects are widely available at craft stores and home improvement centres, and with a wide range of project styles to choose from, this book will be a must-have source of inspiration and information for every homeowner.

Издательство: "Rockport Publishers" (2008)

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