My bathroom wall had so many bumps, grooves, and imperfections. I was

Thinking a sponge or rag roll. It's a Rental so I can't spend a lot. Any Ideas ??
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  • Lora Lora on May 25, 2017
    I think a faux finish would work well. I used a crumpled plastic bag and dipped it into the paint tray then applied to the wall. The sea sponge works well too. I think it looks best when it's two colors on the same swatch. just far enough apart you can tell the difference, but not too contrasting.

  • Rag rolling and sponge painting will help hide imperfections.

  • Rose McMillan-Crawford Rose McMillan-Crawford on May 25, 2017
    Textured wallpaper.

  • A A on May 25, 2017
    A lot of imperfections can be hidden with a painted faux finish. Sponging is so simple. Start with a base color that is the overall tone you want for the room. Add a light layer of a dark accent color, then a light layer of a highlight color. Finish up with a layer of the base color to blend everything together. Good luck!

  • William William on May 25, 2017
    Make sure you get permission from your landlord in writing.

  • Vll10640064 Vll10640064 on May 25, 2017
    Exactly right. He knows it is In disrepair just look at it.