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by John McLeod on January 25, 2014 in News
by Ron Hazelton on November 19, 2013 in News
Viewing Project in Walls > Paint & Wallpaper > Painting & Decorating > Wallpaper
I've done my share of removing old wallpaper & hanging new.Now I just paint the walls.
I bet that wallpaper is expensive but worth the price.
Goot for you! How did the job turn out?
You didn't watch it then, Bro.
I would like to visit that historical farmers museam someday. Thanks for sharing this with us Ron.
Hmm, Supposed to be wallpaper. video seems to be baseball bats. Still very interesting.
That is fantastic. I've heard about Williamsburg painting techniques (layers of successive colors and glazed) but not the wall paper techniques. Very cool. Was there anything special about the paper - do they make that at the site as well? Harvested from reeds or cat-tails or ???
Excellent historical story.. It makes you wonder if technology has really made such great advances. Its hard to discount the time, skill, and attention to detail that are such a big part of crafts.
Sandra KayAbsolutely loved the video of making wallpaper. Very interesting and absolutely beautiful wallpaper made. Takes a lot of patience to make the wallpaper. Thanks for this video.
Thank you Ron for another fascinating factoid from our nearly forgotten past. I never appreciated the expertise involved in hand printed wall paper.
Amazing! Thank you for bringing us this wonderful gem from our past.
I love your tips, but really hate the new ads. I have to watch the same commercial for each of the tips I want to see. What can we do to get rid of them?
I hated the removing of old wall paper...I rented a steam machine to get it all off.
Hi Ron I love your work.i have a 2bedroom single family house,and I have some ideas but clearly need help Andreas.