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1  Re: How to get rid of my texturized walls in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by FredPie on: May 31, 2007 07:20:54 PM
If you want it to still be textured, just not skin-removing-textured, could you knock the points off, then at that point see if you could either repaint OR messy-mud over it?  I realize you now have parts that are completely non-textured, so it might not be an option, but I'm throwing it out there.  Smiley  I have a very heavy texture in my dining room and I LOVE it.  I think you could achieve something similar to it using the above method. 
This photo shows the texture the best, I think:

There are other sizes here...
I promise I painted the rest of the room after this!

Sorry so huge, I'll figure that out next.  Grin
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