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Old 02-28-2007, 07:17 PM   #1
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I have a home built in 1970. I want to update it and was wondering everyones opinion. I have already started to get rid of the popcorn ceilings and am trying to decide if i should keep walls and ceilings smooth or knock them down. What is "in" right now? Any advise is greatly appreciated.

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What is "in" now most likely will be "out" in a few years.

Go with a classic and traditional look of smooth walls and ceilings.

Definitely get rid of the 'popcorn'.

JMO. Good luck with the project.

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What is "in" now most likely will be "out" in a few years.

Go with a classic and traditional look of smooth walls and ceilings.

Definitely get rid of the 'popcorn'.

JMO. Good luck with the project.

Popcorn Will NEVER DIE.....unless you are are a woman with 'big' hair ...or a man with bright red or yellow sport suite jackets with the sleeves rolled up....

As stated: Go Smooth. That is what our customers are asking for and will always be 'in'....
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