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Faux Finishing

Faux finishing enables you to create decorative illusions. Faux techniques rage from subtle to dramatic and add new variations of color and dimension to your walls.

Frottage

Frottage, which is the French word for “rub.” The technique results in a richly varied texture far different from what you can do with a brush or roller.

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Sponging

Sponging is perhaps the most popular decorative technique. All it involves is a natural sea sponge, glaze and two or three colors of paint to add dimension, color and texture to any room, whether it’s the kitchen, bathroom, or bedroom.

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Bring a more inviting look and feel to any room with a technique known as color washing.

 

Color Washing

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Painting Faux Brick is a technique that is inexpensive to create compared to real brick. It looks so real, you will have to walkup to it and touch it and even then, you’ll stand there scratching your head.

Faux Brick

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Ragging

Ragging creates an illusion of dimension and texture on the wall.

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Faux Stone

FAUX STONE CREATES A DRAMATIC TRANSFORMATION IN HOURS WITHOUT MORTAR OR MESS

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