My cousin had a similar situation and she ended up putting something on the walls that isn't quite stucco, but looks like it. She can't remember now what it was that she used (but she remembered buying it from Home Depot, and that it wasn't at Lowe's), so I'm writing here to ask if anyone knows what I can use??? She recalls using a trowel to apply the stuff and that she did so straight on top of the wallpaper; having not primed the walls first, and she hasn't had a problem with it cracking or chipping. She also recalls it wasn't Venetian plaster. She said she put the stuff on straight from the container then did a color wash technique afterwards.
Does anyone have any advice as to what I should do with this bathroom? I wouldn't mind having textured walls in there, because it would add a great depth to the room and something 'different' for the house. This is a town house that is about 20 years old now, and I just spent around $10k having the house repaired from a broken pipe (http://www.krjones.com/pics/house /). My ideal solution would have been to have had the contractors re-drywall that bathroom when they were in here repairing the other damage. Sadly, my budget ran out (and my patience) and now I've got to do this myself.
p.s. I've asked people at Home Depot and Lowe's, but I'm getting so many different opinions ... I thought, well, gee why not post on a newsgroup and get even more opinions?? :-)
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