How to Paint Medieval Wall Decor

May 16th

The walls of the castle of imitation are a fun way to decorate a child’s room or add a medieval wall decor to the living room of a lover of history. All the process takes only a few hours, in the course of a couple of days and it is a technique surprisingly easy to learn which gives impressive results. Prepare the wall. Use duct tape to cover the edges of the motherboard, roof edges, the edges of the windows and other edges do not want to paint. Also, do not forget to put rags to protect plants. Paint the base layer of brown or gray and let it dry completely before proceeding.

The Medieval Wall Decor
The Medieval Wall Decor

Use chalk to draw the stones of the medieval wall decor. Using a template such as a piece of cardboard so that the stones are relatively uniform in size. The stones should be approximately rectangular, but without sharp corners. Although you want to be similar, the stones should vary slightly in size and shape to create the effect of natural stone.

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Leave a space width of a finger between each of the “stones”. This space is for grout imitation. Always remember to step back and look at the big picture for medieval wall decor. You do not want imitation stones look too uniform or identical.