Faux Marble Painting

Faux Marble Paint Bathroom Floor

This is a copy of part of the email I send to all my faux painting video clients: Hi Just checking in to see if you have used your new faux grainite and marble video yet? Did you try out painting faux granite countertops? Or maybe you are faux marbling something in your home? Please…send […]

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Solutions For Ugly Kitchen Cabinets Counter Tops and Tiles

By Victoria Larsen In this tough economy, many of you are facing the fact that replacing those counters and cabinets in your kitchen is no longer in the budget. But solutions are at hand that simply involve primer, paint, varnish and stencils. These solutions will have your kitchen looking like new in no time at […]

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Painting Faux Red and Black Granite or Marble

This red and black faux marble looks more like granite. The character of the rock is that of embedded crystals. The ground for the marble /granite which is called red porphyry, is a dark reddish brown, mixed from  vermilion red and black. Then, with a tooth brush, flick or sprinkle the background, with a color […]

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My Personal Recipe For Faux Marble Veining

The painting on of the proper colors for the background is the first step in marbling, and it is a very important one, too. It’s important that I state here – The descriptions which are given here for marbling and faux wood graining are in oil, as that is by far the best way of […]

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Faux Marble Agate Recipe

Agate is a variegated stone, a conglomerate, and according to it’s cut will sometimes show a number of veins usually circling around some center. The colors vary in various specimens of agate, some being rather light and others very dark, so you really have a good range to choose from – crimson lake, Prussian blue […]

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Marble Imitation Painting Brocatello

The background for Brocatello is made from mixing ochre and white, or you can just paint on white and brush the yellow ocher color into it… leaving it darker in patches than other areas. Then when the background color is dry… put on a thin glaze over it made of raw and burnt sienna with […]

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Everyone Should Know How To Paint Black And Gold Marble

This marble derives its name from its black ground and its gold-colored veins. There are three colors in black and gold marble imitation painting, and to balance them is the greatest difficulty in imitating the marble. The character of the marble is introduced in a color which blends the qualities of yellow, umber, and red. […]

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Here Is An Easy Way To Paint Dove Marble

This marble is one of the easiest to imitate on the whole list. It is a veined marble and chiefly a warm gray with white veining. The background color for dove-marble is a warm grey, formed of black, white, and a small proportion of red. The first process is to lay over the work with […]

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The Secrets Of Painting Sienna Faux Marble Finish

This marble is more extensively imitated than any of the others, with the exception of white marble with black veins, and there is no wonder that it is so with its wealth of forms. No matter what which one you like or paint – it is pretty sure to look like some specimen sienna faux […]

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