not be covered with glaze.
Step 5. Apply painter's tape along the pencil lines to border the unmarked stripes. Press the tape down firmly to prevent the glaze from bleeding underneath it.
Step 6. Mix together 2 cups of the paint you used on the walls, 4 cups of glazing liquid and 1 cup of water. You may
on the chair, medium on the run, larger on the drapes. Varying the scale ensures that the patterns don't compete-per Edwina Drummond Boose
on the chair upholstery and a larger one on the draperies. Varying the scale provides an ebb-and-flow energy that brings the room to life and ensures that its patterns don't compete.