Decorating Painting Techniques, called Faux Finishes ("faux" derives from the French language, meaning "false") are decorative painting techniques imitating materials such as marble, wood or brick with paint. With the passing of time has subsequently come to encompass many other decorative finishes for walls and furniture. The faux painting techniques include: marbling, wood graining, Venetian plaster, terra fresco, strié, papier collé, sponging, ragging and much more.
My offer involves not only decorating the interior, but also making correction. After a while from interiors finishing you filled the existing material with something and would you like to achieve similar effect to this one you have gotten before filling up? I take the challenge such as replicating the specific texture or the same color, with pleasure. That's my passion and I have years of experience working in this field.
– mosaik painted on old wooden floor
– imitation of old plaster, "Zenit" Restaurant, 19 Miodowa Street
– wood graining along staircase
– relief effect
– texture effect
– brick wall
– wood graining on elevator door
– wood graining on bathroom door
– marbling on pizza stove
– marbling on moldings
– color wash, restauration"Amber". Greenpoint, N.Y.
– trompe d'oil