Using faux finishing could be a convenient and economical way of decorating your interior walls. Decorative finishing enables you to mimic almost any surface available without using the expensive materials itself.
There are many methods used in interior finishing. These various techniques are used based on what the homeowner wants their finished decor to look like. Decorative finishing is not only used for brightening the walls but could also be used to mimic rugs for additional effect.
Faux finishing is so flexible and creative that their application in home decoration is only limited to a person’s imagination. It takes a certain degree of expertise in order for a person to produce the desired decorative finish. The difference between a plain painter and that which practices decorative finishing is that these individuals are not only highly skilled painters but also have an eye for art.
Thinking of converting a space into a marble themed room? The mere logistics and labor needed to produce this result could take time and more importantly prove too costly before the idea comes off the ground. This also requires you to strip down portions of your home just to accommodate all of these changes. However, using faux finishing only needs a clean wall surface to produce the same marble finish.
The use of faux finishing in reproducing a marble finish is not only limited to home use but has also been used in commercial buildings. In fact, their application is none more evident in office and government buildings.
Using faux finishing as a replacement for marble as a finish could save the building a lot of weight and cuts the overall cost of the project without sacrificing the quality of the finish. So the next time you plan on upgrading your home’s interior without sacrificing quality, why not consider trying your hands on decorative finishing.