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How to Repair Damaged Plaster

These step-by-step instructions demonstrate how to easily repair damaged plaster drywall.

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Top 43 Plaster Projects

  1. 1. Tuscan Wine Cellar (20:01)

    Jason and Tony bring a touch of Italy to an amateur winemaker's basement.

  2. 2. Tuscan Plastered Walls (03:55)

    Bring some Tuscany into your home with textured plaster walls.

  3. 3. How to Restore Cracked Plaster

    Restoration of an old urban home addresses cracked and damaged plaster.

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  4. 4. Exposing Brick (00:60)

    John DeSilvia shares practical advice on exposing brick.

  5. 5. Painting Guidelines (02:11)

    John deSilvia offers advice on prepping and painting a room.

  6. 6. Restoring Plaster Detailing (00:02:07)

    Nicole restores the original plaster and ceiling details in a 1929 duplex.

  7. 7. Ceiling Holes (05:49)

    Amy Matthews shows a homeowner how to patch holes in the bathroom ceiling.

  8. 8. Removing a Popcorn Ceiling (00:05:59)

    Paul Ryan provides tips for removing a dated popcorn-textured ceiling.

  9. 9. Bamboo Bath (06:20)

    Matt comes up with creative uses for a single sheet of bamboo.

  10. 10. A Parlor Reclaimed (00:03:53)

    Nicole breaks through a walled-up doorway to reclaim a charming parlor.

  11. 11. How to Apply Finish Plaster on Walls

    Finishing (skimming) with topcoat plaster is an art that takes practice to get a smooth finish. Follow these steps to master the techni...

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  12. 12. How to Stucco (01:23)

    Get step-by-step instructions on stucco application & finishing techniques.

  13. 13. Colored Clay Plaster Wall Coat (04:55)

    Check out a way to put color on your walls without using paint at all.

  14. 14. Venetian Plaster (04:51)

    Learn a three-part Venetian plaster technique with The Painted Room.

  15. 15. Match Textures in Plaster

    DYI Network experts explain basic techniques for matching textures in plaster by using everyday objects.

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