Faux Painting Services in Nashville
Nashville faux painting provides a way to create simulated surfaces such as wood, stone and marble at a fraction of the cost of purchasing real materials. These techniques can be used on cabinets, columns, doors, walls and ceilings. The result of these faux designs can often times have a more interesting appearance.
Call today to receive samples of what our Nashville painting contractors can do for your home, apartment, office or condo.
Nashville House Painters is proud to partner with Master Artisan Jay Bernard at Faux Décor to provide a wide range of custom finishing options.
Different Types of Faux Painting Techniques
- Color Washing
- Wood graining
- Venetian plastering
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. This revolutionary new product can be used to produce a wide variety of high and low dimensional finishes. Trowel on thin coats for even more dimensional finishes. Available in 40 beautiful designer colors, it’s easy to produce a spectacular decorative finish.
Add the rich glow of precious metals to you custom paint projects. Metallic finishes can be used to reproduce the look and feel of a actual metal surface or as an accent to add warm, depth and richness to a painted surface.
This is a very common painting technique where which allows for the blending of colors. The different color blends deliver a powerful dynamic to any wall. Call for more details on this type of faux painting technique. It is comparable to the Venetian concept.
An excellent source of painting for kitchen cabinetry, the wood graining technique will come at a fraction of the cost that a Nashville kitchen remodel would. Anything that you want to mimic the look of real wood would be best using this painting technique.
With this type of faux technique, a glaze is applied to a rag and manipulated onto your walls. This can also be done using a number of things around the home such as a newspaper, plastic bag, or other items. Having it done professionally will give it that artistic look.
If you are looking to have a faux finish done to your walls, call Nashville House Painters. We have a marbling style that will make your walls look stylish without paying for a stylish appeal that so many contractors charge. This method is most commonly used on wood columns to look like marble. You’ll appreciate the marble look on your wood columns.
Offering a favored dynamic to any room in the home, Venetian plastering can turn your walls into something extraordinary. It is a great way to cover wall deformities up. It also adds an artistic touch to a room. Making a comfortable choice for your walls means hiring the best painters for them.
Faux Finishes in Nashville
Faux finishes are great for homes and small offices all over the area. It is quickly becoming a trendy painting technique. It is affordable and offers a style all of its own. Call us today for more details on how to get your Nashville faux painting done.
Our Nashville Faux Painting Contractors Provide:
- Faux paint finishes
- Faux painting techniques
- Faux finish painting
- Faux finishes
- Residential painting
- Interior painting
- Faux finish paint
- Faux painting walls
- House painting
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