Instructs how to create decorative finishes on walls using a variety of painting techniques including rubbing, sponging, spattering, stamping, and stenciling...
|Title||:||Decorative Paint and Faux Finishes|
|Publisher||:||Sunset Pub Co September 1, 1999|
|Number of Pages||:||176 pages|
|File Size||:||865 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Decorative Paint and Faux Finishes Reviews
Great book. Covers many styles. Very helpful if you want to do your own faux finishes.
Decent amount of information.
Loved the book, good ideas. will be using it for my bedroom. Very descriptive how to execute each technique
I have a collection of how to stencil, faux paint, etc., in book form, and some are DVDs. This book is amazing in the scope it covers. I refer to it constantly. I checked it out of the library and then had to have my own copy. If you are a beginner, try this book. If you are more secure in your abilities, this is still a good reference book. Highly recommended.
Its very basic, good for beginners
This gives me what I really need to build up the confidence to try some faux.
I think this is probably a good book, but as a beginner I will have to spend some time learning to use it before I can realistically rate it. It does have a skill level table that hopefully will identify the easier techniques to try first.
Just as I expected. Wonderful book & very pleased. (Why I need to leave ten more words is beyond me)