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Tuscan Colorwash traditional-kitchen

Tuscan Colorwash


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Roxanna Pastor wrote:
What colors were blended to create the look on the wall paint - I like the effect that these walls have but I cant figure out what colors would be used to make that specific look... I luv it but im so confused ;0(
   Comment   April 28, 2013
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Hey Roxanna! This is a colorwash faux finish so it consists of a base color (in this case, a soft buttery yellow) and then a custom glaze applied over that. The glaze color was a mix of raw sienna and a touch of burnt umber. It was applied with cheesecloth to get the effect. Hope this helps!
April 29, 2013 at 6:37am   
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