Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Faux painting. Get inspired and try out new things.
Renew your walls and furniture with faux painting.
Sharon Eitel saved to Encaustic tile
Detailed, Fast and Easy Steps for Faux Painting Techniques. DIY Beginners | Bonus Color Combination Ideas & Samples. Uses many colors in one coat, not layers. No Faux Glazes. No New Base Coat Needed. Most popular paint techniques and instruction videos.
Scarletthe Falcon saved to NEW HOME IDEAS
Step up your painting game with these techniques that will introduce color, pattern, and style to your home's decor.
Better Homes and Gardens saved to Makeover Ideas
With a little practice and a dry brush, you can create the look of textured wall coverings
Drew Benefield saved to Paint ideas
19 Faux Painting Techniques That Don't Suck! If "faux finish paint" brings 1980's & sponges to mind, you're not alone! But give faux painting a 2nd chance!
Jennifer Smith saved to Home redecorating
Create a gorgeous multi-color finish by following this tutorial! Scroll down to shop the products Amy used and to see instruction. Don't forget to Enjoy The Bragging Rights! Shop Products Used: English Walnut Gel StainCracked GessoMilk Paints - we used Scandinavian Grey, Amalfi Blue, and Noir BlackAntiquing GlazeLight WaxDark WaxDust of Ages Instructions: Start by staining your piece with Gel Stain, Amy used English Walnut. Take a lint-free rag and wipe the stain after applying it. Let it…
Deborah Dempsey Brown saved to Cape ideas
The following 10 faux painting (a/k/a faux finishing) techniques can be used to design a one-of-a-kind look for your home. #homedesign #fauxpainting #homeinterior #zenofzada
HomeZada saved to Home Tips | Zen of Zada
A few years ago I wrote about a distressed glazing technique which has a distressed feel to it, a way we developed to add visual texture to your walls that doesn’t like a stock rag rolling. Here, we take this process one step further. The look is both soft and contemporary, works well in urban environments, and is still livable. It’s unique every time, and in this example we’re emphasizing a linear quality, as if the “concrete” was poured into a wood formwork.
Ninotschka saved to DIY | basteln und bauen
The warm and vibrant colors used in this rag painting technique remind us of the baking heat of a Tuscan summer, and the rough and uneven texture of the
Lindsay Batiste saved to DIY
Plaster finish crackle exposes gold finish below. More than Murals
Judybett Diaz saved to DECOR