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  • Pros

    In addition to the unique, stylized look you can get from textured paint, it can also pull double duty by camouflaging imperfections. In some cases, paint just won’t cover up flaws in your walls; in fact, it may highlight them. Instead of pulling down your drywall and starting over, enter texture. Pitted and worn surfaces that are too damaged to smooth with a sander can be covered up with texture.

    Plus, texture can create lovely faux finishes, like textured marble, that cost a fraction of the surfaces they are imitating.

    Textured walls often blend well with your outdoor views, and they work especially well with more organic colors like green, brown, gray, and golds.

  • Cons

    While texture paint is great at covering up mistakes on your wall, it’s difficult to patch up later damage that may be made. If the paint becomes chipped or cracked, you can’t do a quick patch and re-paint. Most likely, you’ll have to fix the whole section. Because of the upkeep, it’s best to put texture paint in a less-trafficked area.

    Textured paints don’t always come in the wide range of colors as other paints, so your color options may be limited. But if you really love a textured paint and want a different color, work with the paint store to use a paint additive.

    If one section dries too soon, you’ll end up with rigid lines at the intersection, so painting a wall or room with texture paint really isn’t a multi-day project; it’s a one-day job. You need to be ready to work quickly.