There are a wide variety of effects we can offer. Here is a glossary to get your creative juices flowing!
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Aged, Antiqued and Distressed Effects
A raised dimensional design is created by applying plaster through a stencil, transferring the design to the exposed surface area.
The glass bead technique can be used to create so many gorgeous effects. A glass bead medium can be added to a variety of finishes. They can be applied through a stencil or on an entire wall or ceiling. Glass beads can also be used to create a linen-like texture or be mixed with crushed glass.
Linen and Denim
Simulating the look of fabric, these techniques use a dragging brush or a special combing tool to create fine stripes in the surface of the finish.
Marble or Travertine
Metallic Finishes & Foils
Create visual interest with this specialized stencil, which adheres to the surface of the ceiling and may be used with a variety of applications including paint, metallic paint, plaster, metallic foils and gold leaf.
A mirror-like surface that appears textured but is smooth to the touch, this effect is created by applying plaster with a spatula or trowel and burnishing (hand rubbing) it. A weathered plaster look is created from several coats of plaster applied with varied tools. Color is added through application of a pigment wash, tinted glaze, or metallic wax.
French for “stripe”, this glazing technique simulates the look of linen or denim fabrics. The soft, thin lines of color are created by pulling a wide, stiff brush through wet glaze, paint or plaster.