They were a must-have fad from the 1960s through to the ’80s. They were created by spraying a special mix of plaster onto the ceiling and dimpled for effect with a sponge or other tools.
Over time, popcorn ceilings turn yellowish and accumulate a lot of dust. They might have been an interior designer’s favourite back then, but today, popcorn ceilings have become a must-have renovation project in every home.
Getting rid of popcorn ceilings might just be what your interior needs to make it look more stylish. Contact us today to set up a consultation with one of our specialists.