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.

DIY Home Decor: How To Paint a Faux Concrete Wall Finish

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& like a stock rag rolling. Here, we take this process one step further.

Get the look of exposed brick in your home with this easy DIY project to turn paneling into a beautiful, faux brick wall! Includes video tutorial.

How To Create A Faux Brick Wall

Get the look of exposed brick in your home with this easy DIY project to turn paneling into a beautiful, faux brick wall!

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Could this be used to creat bathroom countertop out of concrete? Experimenting with Metropolis products and Modern Masters Metal Effects.

suede faux walls (leather or suede look faux in study)

Interior Design, Excited Design Of The Wall In Brown Color So Modern Design Of The Faux Painting Wall: The Faux Painting Techniques For Walls

Color Washing: This method uses a towel or other cloth to apply a semitransparent glaze in a swirling motion as thinly or as thickly as desired over a base coat.

Color Washing: This faux finish method uses a towel or other cloth to apply a semitransparent glaze in a swirling motion as thinly or as thickly as desired over a base coat.

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!

Ragged walls with Chalk Paint® in Country Grey & Paris Grey. Spritzed with water then ragged wall doing two foot sections at a time.

Faux walls, silver leaf archway and asian tromp l'oiel make this bathroom a truly special retreat.

Dark walls, silver leaf archway and asian tromp l'oiel make this bathroom exquisite. Art, design and interiors inspired by

Faux Painting 101:Similar to rag-rolling, recreate the luxe look of leather on your walls with chamois. Start by painting the base color on the walls, then roll and tie several pieces of chamois together. Apply glaze onto the wall over the base coat by rolling the chamois gently. The soft texture of chamois results in the soft, mottled look reminiscent of distressed leather.

Faux Painting 101: Tips, Tricks, and Inspiring Ideas for Faux Finishes

This rustic faux paint technique looks like it could be found in an ancient ruin with warm brown swirls of glaze over glaze

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