Faux painting techniques

Learn how to use faux painting techniques to add depth and texture to your walls. Discover easy DIY ideas to create a unique and personalized look for your home.
I ragged the walls with smears of Chalk Paint® in Country Grey and Paris Grey. Spritzed with a water bottle and then ragged the mixture across the wall doing two foot sections at a time.  You hardly use any paint doing this technique and it gives such an atmosphere~and it's fun! Painted Furniture, Wall Colours, Wall Treatments, Faux Walls, Wall Finishes, Faux Finish, Paint For Kitchen Walls, Interior Decorating, Textured Walls

Round two on the floors at the new Reading store had Colin taking over completely after about 5 hours of squatting and shifting across the floor. I couldn't take it anymore! My knees and butt were worn out and any muscles found in the gluteus maximus were being rediscovered with a vengeance and they begged me to be kind and knock it off!! So at about 4 in the afternoon I switched to ragging the walls. At least I could stand and climb a ladder and when I got down low I could plop onto the…

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Will Roldan
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Faux leather is one of the most popular types of decorative finishes. While there are many different methods for creating faux leather finishes the information contained in this article will give you good consistent finishes for the do it yourselfer. If adding some warmth and texture to a room or two is for you, than a faux-leather wall may be just the project. A great looking faux-leather paint job is easy to create with the right tools and a little direction. Even if your not a very good…

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Samantha Gierhan