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Several of these electrical plates were faux finished to blend in with the surrounding tiles.
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The floor vent was faux finished to blend in with the surrounding tiles. and pattern.
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This Foyer floor was completely painted to create an inlaid design of different woods. The pattern is created to fit the scale of the floor, then layer by layer the faux wood graining is applied. A finial clear poly varnish protects the floor.
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The beams on the ceiling were faux grained to simulate the Oak wood cabinets.
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The wainscoting, base board, banister and hand rail were all faux wood grained to add warmth and style to the Foyer.
“Wainscot panel color and style” — robin2927
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A metallic gold faux finish was applied to the walls to enrich the feel of the fabrics.
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The basic "wooden" mantel was transformed into an elegant marble mantel with gold leaf details.
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The wall in this bedroom had a chair moulding and base board. I created the trompe l'oeil of "paneled" wainscoting with just paint ! I looked at the small side table in the image for inspiration.
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These steps were painted to blend in with the floor. This image shows the transition from a base color to the finial product sealed in poly varnish.
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The "wood" moulding was originally white. It was painted to appear as an aged patina Alder wood. The "brick" surround was plastered over and painted to appear as slate!
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This new door was built as a sliding pantry door. This photo shows the creative paint layers involved to achieve the final distressed barn door.
“doors” — Acclaim Properties & Investments, Inc. /Marina Montague
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