Removing Popcorn Ceilings!


During the mid-20th century, popcorn ceilings were all the rage, especially in bedrooms. This rough, streaked texture was widely used in new homes from the 1950s through to the 1980s for its unique sound-dampening capabilities and its knack for concealing ceiling flaws. However, these textured ceilings can darken a room due to their lack of light reflectivity and are often considered aesthetically displeasing by many homeowners.

Luckily, removing the popcorn texture isn't as daunting as it seems, albeit a bit messy and labor-intensive. Yet, the enhanced appearance and brighter ambiance of your room after renovation will be well worth the effort.

Step 1: Preparations and Precautions

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