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Faux finishing, the art of making a surface look like something it is not, has interested me since the days when I was an antique furniture restorer. Many techniques rely solely on layers of colored pigments to create the illusion of depth and three-dimensionality. This technique creates actual texture on a wall, then, accentuates the effect with pigmented glazes. The result, is quite convincing and the process is simpler than you may think.