How Do I Paint a Wall to Look like Marble?


To paint a wall to look like marble you must first choose three paint colors and paint the room in two coats of the base paint. Using a paint sponge, you can dab the middle color in splotches. Wait for about three minutes before gently smearing the paint with a rag followed by brushing small lines of the darkest color onto the wall.
Q&A Related to "How Do I Paint a Wall to Look like Marble?"
1. Choose three paint colors that you will use to create your marble finish. Some suggestions on paint colors include the following: Cream, grey or silver, rust. Cream, mustard yellow
check in your area to see if there is a faux finishing school or a paint store that holds classes. A local paint store should be able to tell you if anyone in your area teaches.
How about taupe-y brown like Benjamin Moore's "Clay" for a warm
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