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Interior designers create spaces that combine beauty, safety and functionality. While interior designing requires an artistic flair, this must be combined with a working knowledge of design software, building codes and laws, and management skills. Interior designers are often required to work with contractors, designers and clients to design spaces that meet building codes and work with the design of the building. These spaces must also offer the client an aesthetically appealing, safe and functional environment.

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Wall paneling

Wood paneling is an easy-to-hang, reasonably priced wall finishing material. It is ideal for add-on rooms and basements where hanging drywall may be too much work or not cost-effective. Insulation is available as traditional rolled insulation or sturdy foam sheets. How the paneling is connected to the wall makes a difference in the type of insulation that is best suited to go behind it.

Remove the wood paneling by starting in one corner and pulling off the corner molding used to cover the seam. This is normally tacked on with brads into the paneling. Take out the baseboard trim. Use a small pry bar or long handle screwdriver to slip inside the paneling seam, and gently begin popping the nails free that hold the paneling in place. Continue until all the paneling is removed.

Examine the wood the paneling was nailed to. It will likely be either 2x4 lumbers or thin wood furring strips. Replace or repair any portion of this wood that needs work. Furring strips are easily pulled out and replaced with new, while most 2x4 lumber will hold up for decades without issues.

Install insulation to fit the desired energy saving value and the space available. For 2x4 studs, the best choice will be rolled, paper-backed fiberglass. This is placed between the studs with the paper side out and the edges stapled to the studs to hold the insulation in place. With furring strip wood, there is usually only room for thin hard sheets of foam insulation that fits between the strips. Small staples into the strips hold these pieces in place.

Hang new paneling over the newly insulated wall, beginning in one corner and working around the room. Hammer twisted, one-inch framing nails into the studs or strips to hold the paneling in place just as the previous pieces were held. Attach corner flashing and replace any other baseboard trim.

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Horizontal Wallpaper

Hanging horizontal wallpaper can be challenging, but the reward in terms of aesthetics and ease of care are well worth the effort. Wallpaper is used to cover and decorate the interior walls and is usually sold in rolls. Horizontal wallpaper is put onto a wall with wallpaper paste. Wallpapers can come in both patterned and paintable styles. Follow these steps to hang horizontal wallpaper.

Cut a length of wallpaper with a sharp utility knife. Make sure it is three or four inches longer than the wall. If your wallpaper has a long repeating pattern you may need a longer strip to correctly match the pattern. Lay the paper on a long table or on a drop cloth on the floor.

Apply wallpaper paste to the paper. Mix paste that comes as a powder in a bucket. Stir well with a stirring stick to remove any lumps. Then, using a brush or roller, paint the paste onto your wallpaper. While some papers come with predated backing it is advisable to put paste on anyway to ensure a good seal.

Begin with the top of the wall and work your way down. About two inches of extra paper should lay against the ceiling, and two more inches should hang below the top of the baseboard or on the floor if there is no baseboard.

Eliminate wrinkles by pulling the paper away from the wall until you get to the wrinkle. Smooth the paper back out as you re stick it the wall. Apply enough pressure to push out the bubbles by moving from the middle of the wall out to the edges, top and bottom. Be careful not to press too hard or you may tear the paper.

Cut the excess paper. With a putty knife, flatten the extra wallpaper against the corner and cut it with a sharp blade.

Hang the next piece of wallpaper making sure it matches with the one you just put up. If you can not match it exactly, match it closest at eye-level. Continue with this process until you have made your way around the room.

Roll all seams with a seam roller, which resembles a small rolling pin. Make sure not to squeeze out the paste. After twenty minutes repeat the seam rolling to ensure adhesion.

Clean any extra adhesive off the paper, ceiling, baseboards and floor. A wet sponge followed by a dry towel works best.

Finding the right posters when decorating a bedroom, office or game room can add personality and style to your decor. Framing and hanging a poster is always an option, but you can also permanently hang a poster with a little wallpaper glue. Wallpapering posters is similar to hanging regular wallpaper, but you have a wide range of art styles and personal images to choose from. You can even create your own posters from personal photographs to hang on your walls.

Measure the dimensions of your poster. Choose a spot to hang the poster, then use a pencil to draw a rectangle or square on the wall that matches your poster's dimensions. Outline your square or rectangle with masking tape.

Apply wallpaper primer inside the taped-off area. Paint the primer evenly. Don't apply too much primer in one spot or it might drop below the tape line. Allow the primer four to six hours to dry.

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