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Carolyn Zone9alady

We acid stained this addition almost 10 years ago with Kemiko's Malay Tan. It was a DIY project and we saved thousands. The control joints are definitely needed. No cracks to this day.


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evanandleanne

How it was made: Indigo Architecture & Interiors achieved this texture using a granite aggregate, also known as pea gravel. They then added Davis Colors‘ Outback 667 into the mix to create this gorgeous gray.


be careful with the above comment. Pea Gravel is a Laterite - not a granite.

   
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potterj

Can you paint over cork? Jeannine

   
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