I ragged the walls with smears of Chalk Paint® in Country Grey and Paris Grey. Spritzed with a water bottle and then ragged the mixture across the wall doing two foot sections at a time.  You hardly use any paint doing this technique and it gives such an atmosphere~and it's fun!

I ragged the walls with smears of Chalk Paint® in Country Grey and Paris Grey. Spritzed with a water bottle and then ragged the mixture across the wall doing two foot sections at a time. You hardly use any paint doing this technique and it gives such an atmosphere~and it's fun!

love this finish...this site has the most gorgeous ideas for all types of decorating and furniture finishes.

love this finish...this site has the most gorgeous ideas for all types of decorating and furniture finishes.

Faux Painting For Dummies: Faux Painting Techniques: Ragging , Frottage, Smooshing, and Sponging

Faux Painting For Dummies: Faux Painting Techniques: Ragging , Frottage, Smooshing, and Sponging

Accent a wall or the backs of bookcases with this easy three-step paint treatment. Although it looks rich, it is fairly smooth so it's easy to paint over if you tire of the look.

Strie Paint Treatment in 3 Easy Steps

Accent a wall or the backs of bookcases with this easy three-step paint treatment. Although it looks rich, it is fairly smooth so it's easy to paint over if you tire of the look.

Faux Painting Ideas | Faux Painting Finish Techniques and Colours | How to Build a House

Faux Painting Ideas | Faux Painting Finish Techniques and Colours | How to Build a House

Faux Painting 101:Similar to rag-rolling, recreate the luxe look of leather on your walls with chamois. Start by painting the base color on the walls, then roll and tie several pieces of chamois together. Apply glaze onto the wall over the base coat by rolling the chamois gently. The soft texture of chamois results in the soft, mottled look reminiscent of distressed leather.

Faux Painting 101: Tips, Tricks, and Inspiring Ideas for Faux Finishes

Faux Painting 101:Similar to rag-rolling, recreate the luxe look of leather on your walls with chamois. Start by painting the base color on the walls, then roll and tie several pieces of chamois together. Apply glaze onto the wall over the base coat by rolling the chamois gently. The soft texture of chamois results in the soft, mottled look reminiscent of distressed leather.

Decorative Paint Technique: Colorwashing A Wall : How-To : DIY Network

Decorative Paint Technique: Color Washing A Wall

Decorative Paint Technique: Colorwashing A Wall : How-To : DIY Network

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Faux Painting 101: Tips, Tricks, and Inspiring Ideas for Faux Finishes

Love the faux painted walls

7 Of The Most Popular Faux Finishes

7 Of The Most Popular Faux Finishes

Simply Faux Painting: August 2010. Dry brush technique.

Simply Faux Painting: August 2010. Dry brush technique.

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