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Benjamin Moore 696 Pleasant Valley Precisely Matched For Paint and Spray Paint
Have a paint color you’ve been lusting after? Try this gorgeous Benjamin Moore 696 Pleasant Valley: http://www.myperfectcolor.com/en/color/5638_Benjamin-Moore-696-Pleasant-Valley
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Raised Stenciling – Junction
Add depth and texture to your furniture and walls with dimensional stenciling. Also called raised stenciling, this technique is easy and even a beginner can achieve fantastic results. Raised stenci...
How to Paint Stripes on a Wall
Anyone who has ever used painter's tape has quickly realized that it is not as perfect as the commercials lead you to believe. Painter's tape can bubble, causing paint to seep underneath and get everywhere. Painting stripes on a wall...
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How to Patina Walls
How to Patina Walls. A wall patina creates a look of aging on the finish, making the wall seem much older than it is. It also gives the walls a sense of depth, much like a color wash finish; one way to create a patina is essentially a color washing technique. A more traditional patina finish gives the walls a look of ...
How to Create an Old World Venetian Plaster Finish
Apply orange plaster (here we used Stucco Italiano Marmorino Carrara CC-1295) at grain height. You can apply the material over any primed surface. Acrylic primer works best.