Hand Textures(Click image for larger view)
Sun Valley. The drywall mud is applied and the textured area appears to be almost smooth from a distance. Lighting and faux painting assist in making this texture appear at its best.
Sun Valley Light. The drywall mud is applied very lightly, and the textured area appears to be almost smooth from a distance.
Sun Valley Medium is Taylor Drywall's most commonly requested Sun Valley texture. This medium texture is subtle, yet still gives the appearance of a textured wall.
Sun Valley Heavy is a more rustic appearing texture. This texture is requested when a more old-fashioned feel is desired. The Sun Valley Heavy is rough and unsanded when completed.
Sun Valley over Orange Peel is as it sounds. A Sun Valley texture can be applied over existing Orange Peel texture. The pockets in the Sun Valley texture draw out the Orange Peel from the original texture, but the smooth finish of the Sun Valley texture provides a new feel to the room.
Tuscan is a beautiful texture that will go with several styles of design including European, Western, or a simple accent wall.
Level Four Smooth is a smooth finished, non-textured wall. It is a taped finish which is lit up with extra touch up detail. This is the most inexpensive way to have a smooth wall. To guarantee a smooth finish, the Level Four Smooth must be painted with a flat paint, and the paint must be back rolled behind the sprayed paint.
Level Five Smooth is as close to perfection that can be achieved in the drywall field. The walls are skimmed by hand with a layer of drywall mud after finish. Upon completion, this wall can tolerate a higher sheen or darker paints that would tend to show imperfections on a Level Four Smooth.