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Decorative Paint Technique: Colorwashing Wall Instructions   From our online exclusive Decorative Paint Techniques with Danielle Hirsch of Color Splash. Colorwashing is a subtle aged effect perfec

Decorative Paint Technique: Colorwashing Wall Instructions From our online exclusive Decorative Paint Techniques with Danielle Hirsch of Color Splash. Colorwashing is a subtle aged effect perfec

Faux Painting idea- aged and degraded plaster over burlap

possible faux for the hood in the sunken family room - Burlap Interior Painting Wall Finish - Colorado Faux Painting - Faux Painting Denver

The artist created a faux leather look by glueing crumpled tissue paper to card stock, allowing it to dry then rubbing color onto the surface

Faux Leather Tissue Paper Backgrounds

These backgrounds utilise Tissue Paper to make easy peasy Faux Leather backgrounds - these are so easy to make you can do them with your eyes shut! What You Need: Tissue Paper Card Stock PVA or Whi.

I think this is what I am going to do to my bathroom walls. Maybe a turquoise chalk paint and copper glaze? With embossed stenciling too.

How to Patina Walls

Essentially: metallic copper base, sponge on layers of aqua/ turquoise/ green, finish with a little metallic gold glaze mixed with wax.

Faux Painted Wall #diy

Faux Painting Technique How-To for Walls

In my Lovely Middle's room we painted the walls with a super easy faux painting technique that makes the walls look like suede. It created such a nice, soft background for her bedroom.

Before you sponge paint a wall, experiment with different color combinations . I like the neutral beige.

How to Sponge Paint a Wall

Before you sponge paint a wall, experiment with different color combinations . I like the neutral beige. I'm going all out with lime, teal, hot pink, and purple.

Copper Patina done in Aquawax tinted with mica powders.  One of our most popular finishes.  Typically done on stove hoods, powder rooms, and dining room ceilings.

Copper Patina done in Aquawax tinted with mica powders. One of our most popular finishes. Typically done on stove hoods, powder rooms, and dining room ceilings.

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