Leather living room furniture – If you are looking for a way to fix up your boring living room walls, consider giving them the lush look of leather. By applying some basic faux paint techniques, your walls will appear to have soft texture of leather. When done, you may need to touch the wall to convince yourself that it is not genuine leather. Take furniture from the room or move it to the center of the room. Cover with drop cloths. Put drop cloths over the floor in your work area.
Decorate leather living room furniture, tape from windows and trim. Open and apply the latex base coat. Use brush to cut area next to the ceiling and corner joints. Pour paint in paint tray. Roll two coats of paint on the walls. Allow the paint to dry completely between coats. Allow paint to set overnight. Mix a piece of topcoat paint, some glaze and some water. Mix well and pour into clean paint tray. Crumple a plastic grocery bag in hand. Use a small foam roll to apply a thin layer of paint to plastic bag.
Leather living room furniture, attach the nozzle attachment touch the crimped bag to the wall to create leather like texture. Begin at the top of the wall and work downwards. Recrumple bags frequently to keep the pattern random. Continue working across the wall until complete. Allow paint to dry for several hours or overnight.