Faux Finishing Techniques from a TV Set Designer
Learn how to apply a faux finish; includes details on sponging, dragging, combing and marbling as well as tips, materials and tool lists.
Ron welcomes Keven Locke, a television set designer, to share a variety of faux finishing techniques. Faux finishing involves using paint and a variety of application tools to give walls the appearance of rich texture, wood grain or even marble. Keven emphasizes that anyone can use these techniques to bring depth and beauty to ordinary walls.
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