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It seems that a lot of houses these days (mine included) come with popcorn ceilings installed in pretty much every room. I really dislike the look of popcorn ceilings (which I think most people can relate to). But trying to remove it is a really messy job, and doesn’t always give you the results you were hoping for…the drywall job under the popcorn usually looks pretty bad since the installers knew they were putting popcorn over it.
I have come to the conclusion that either covering or disguising the popcorn (so that it’s not as noticeable) is the route to go!
Here is my list of 5 ways to disguise a popcorn ceiling…hopefully at least one of them will help you “get rid” of your popcorn ceiling, too.