I often see on the net a beautiful wall decoration with a volumetric pattern. I am delighted with this design! But… for me it’s just a dream so far! I think this design will help someone when choosing a design for their apartment.
I really like such simple and laconic drawings. … And why do we need all sorts of wallpaper, I took it and painted on the wall everything that my imagination tells me. Although, of course, only a professional can implement many ideas …
But a similar drawing is within the power, I think, for everyone:
Volumetric patterns on the wall. Step-by-step interior decoration master class
For volumetric wall decoration, you need a little free time and patience, because decorating walls is a laborious task. An interesting way of volumetric wall decoration is stenciling and painting it further. You can buy a ready-made mass to create a relief, or you can make it from plaster putty. Stencils are also sold in stores, but it is not always possible to find a suitable one. We will show you how to make a stencil for volumetric wall decoration yourself.
If you're not an artist, look for pattern ideas in wallpaper samples.
For volumetric wall decoration, we need:
Thick cardboard sheet 50 x100 cm;
gypsum putty (36 UAH / 30 kg);
primer (20 UAH / 30 kg);
acrylic paint (21 UAH / 4.5 kg);
knife; putty knife; plaster stack;
scraper; oil felt-tip pen.
We put a sheet of thick cardboard on a hard surface, draw a prepared pattern on it and cut out a stencil.
We attach the stencil on the wall with masking tape, evenly apply a prepared mass of gypsum plaster into the holes.
When the plaster begins to set (it has already fixed on the wall, but has not yet hardened), carefully peel off the stencil from the wall.
Using a plaster stack, fill the voids in the relief with gypsum.
Sprinkle the plaster relief with water and model it with a brush.
When the relief is dry, we wipe its surface with sandpaper and a scraper.
To make the surface of the relief stronger, we saturate it with a primer varnish.
We paint the entire wall with an ornament with acrylic paint. We apply two layers.
Then the drawing can be tinted gold with an oil felt-tip pen (or a thin brush)