Faux Finishes Today
When you think of "faux finishes", do you think of the simple sponge and rag techniques of the 80’s? Faux or artistic finishes have greatly changed since then. Now there is no end to what a talented artist can do with a little paint, glaze and plaster. Visit Splat Paint's website and you will see an enormous range of faux finishes.
Crackled and distressed finishes add character to cabinetry, doors, furniture and molding, and add interest to a room. Instead of replacing your kitchen cabinets, why not save money by adding some rustic appeal? Splat Paint applies layers of paint and then sands some off in specific spots to show age. A protective top coat will protect your investment.
What other Tampa artistic faux finishes are available? How about a faux rug or a faux floor medallion? Faux wood finishes turn plain molding into rich wood trim as well, and can be applied internally or externally. Faux wood is very popular, especially when transforming plain metal garage doors to appear as wood. Splat Paint will match your garage doors to your existing wood trim or finishes, and help you pick a suitable style to complement your home. With Splat Paint, every project is custom and distinctive.