|Bag finish on 1930's house has a bag finish. We didn't know to tear off the tyvek then.||Wall was stippled with a wet burlap bag and the finish was washed down with a brush.|
|Another bag finish house with a
|New bay window gets the bag.|
|New wall matches the old house exactly.||Pattern was made by filling the bag
2" deep with mortar and smacking the wall.
|Pattern is made by dashing on mortar and water with a brush. You can't find my patches.||Pebble dash. A mortar and pebble mix is
thrown on the wall with a scoop.
|A stipple is made with a bag or a trowel||Patch is stippled with a trowel|
|California-style spanish texture
|A typical float finish. Wall is floated with a rubber float pulling the sand up from the mix leaving the surface rough but flat.|