Faux Painting Professionals Serving New Jersey, New York, Connecticut & Florida
Faux painting is used to describe various decorative paint finishes that mimic the look of materials such as marble, wood or stone. The word “faux” is derived from the French language meaning false. This faux painting technique began as a way to replicate the appearance of various material with paint. Here are some popular faux painting finishes:
Marbleizing is used to make walls and furniture look like real marble. We can imitate the look of any marble style and apply it to many areas of your home or commercial space.
A process used to imitate exotic and common wood types.
Trompe l’oeil is a realistic painting technique.
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