Faux painting or faux finishing are terms used to describe decorative paint finishes that replicate the appearance of materials such as marble, wood or stone. The term comes from the French word faux, meaning false, as these techniques started as a form of replicating materials such as marble and wood with paint, but has subsequently come to encompass many other decorative finishes for walls and furniture including simulating recognisable textures and surfaces.

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Sponging paint is one of the easiest techniques to master and can give your walls the delicate, mottled look of aged porcelain, as well as the dramatic look of rustic stoneware.

LusterStone is a decorative architectural trowel-on coating, which produces a number of beautiful dimensional but smooth finishes. This radically new product is unsurpassed in its ease of use because LusterStone does the work for you as it is applied; no hard burnishing required for designer quality results.
Faux Marble Finish
Faux Wood Graining
Venetian Plaster
Venetian plaster is a wall and ceiling finish consisting of plaster mixed with marble dust, applied with a spatula or trowel in thin, multiple layers, which are then burnished to create a smooth surface with the illusion of depth and texture. Venetian plaster techniques include marmorino, scagliola, and sgraffito.
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