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Sanibel and Captiva Islands, FL: Faux Finishing
Do you want to transform the interior of your home? If so, then you may wish to consider faux finishing—also commonly referred to as faux painting. Faux finishing refers to painting techniques that bring an artistic touch to your home. The best thing about faux finishing—besides the artistic look—is the ability to utilize this type of painting both for interior and exterior painting.
With faux finishing, you can do everything from have your walls painted to look like leather or bricks to stripes and geometrical designs. You can even add a distressed look to interior and exterior columns. When it comes to faux finishing, the opportunities are truly endless and the results are absolutely stunning.
Below are a few of the faux finishes that are offered by Ron’s Painting:
- Rag rolling
- Color washing
- Distressed and graining of crown molding, garage doors, front entrance doors
Marbled columns and walls
- Elephant hide
- Feather duster
- Geometrical design
Plus, when it comes to where to add faux finishing to your home, choose from ceilings and walls to columns, doors (entrance and garage), as well as crown and trim moldings.
If you have relied on wallpaper over the years in an effort to avoid solid-colored interior and exterior walls, transform your Sanibel Island or Captiva Island home with faux finishing. It is time to part with the wallpaper that you have relied on for all these years and utilize faux finishing to brighten up your home in new, stunning ways.
In conclusion, if you have been looking for ways to make your home stand out and utilized artistic expression for interior painting or exterior painting purposes, then you may wish to consider faux finishing. The experts at Ron’s Painting can help you select faux finishes that best meet your needs today!
Posted on Wed, February 13, 2013
by Ed Moore filed under