faux finishing

These terms used to describe a wide range of decorative painting techniques which replicate different types of materials such as wood, marble, metals, leather, fabrics etc. Faux finishing is also used to faux-paint new painted surfaces and make it look old or antique. The name faux comes from France and it means false. The most known faux finishing techniques include: Marbleizing, Sponging, Ragg Painting, Colorwashing, Strie etc. Faux  Painting or Faux Finishing can bring to a room or space a fresh new look and can enhance the overall style as well. Paint alone is the “must do” decorative finish for walls and ceiling. Adding texture, depth and warmth using faux painting techniques can take your room to a whole new level.
Faux Painting & Faux Finishes can offer a room or space a fresh new look and can enhance the overall style as well.  Paint alone is one of the most popular decorative finishes for walls and ceilings.  Adding texture, depth and warmth using faux painting techniques can take your room to a whole new level.  Interior painting New York specializes in the application of manny decorative painting techniques. Please give us a call today or fill-out our free estimate form