How to texture a very uneven wall?


My Bathroom walls are so uneven and ugly of so many years hanging pictures , painting , covering wholes and reopening to hang something else . I wanted to texture it, as I cannot have any hard sanding due to my health . Thank you n advance .

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  • Mom2K9 Mom2K9 on Sep 07, 2018

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  • Anne Anne on Sep 07, 2018

    My husband textured our family room walls and bathroom walls, above the tile, using drywall mud. It's a bit of a pain to dust; but, it's been 7 years, and I still like the look a lot. So much faster and easier than repairing the mess stripping off old wallpaper caused.

  • Diana Deiley Diana Deiley on Sep 08, 2018

    What a wonderful opportunity to tap your artistic side. There is a 'sand' product you can add to your paint that will give you a textured look once rolled onto your walls. I found mine at Ace Hardware but I'm sure the other stores will have it. Or, you could apply joint compound to the walls, like frosting a cake, but smoothing down the high spots. Go For It! You Can Do this. Best of luck.

    • Aida Aida on Sep 08, 2018

      Thank you so much , I will check on it, never heard of that .

  • Jgt10977158 Jgt10977158 on Sep 08, 2018

    Try headboard paneling. You can buy it by the panel very economically and Loews will cut each panel to your measurements.

  • Jgt10977158 Jgt10977158 on Sep 08, 2018

    BEADBOARD paneling, not headboard


    Home Depot sells a neutral 'paint ' that has sand or some such texture for walls such as yours. I've got a can. Wish they sold ambition!

  • Diana Deiley Diana Deiley on Sep 08, 2018

    Here's another option: sponge paint a faux finish on your walls. Try celery green & white over cream or light blue & white over cream, or shades of yellow & white over cream. This technique will disguise irregular surfaces. A color wash is also a wonderful technique to try.  Best of luck.