Why Choose Pinnacle Painters?
Sponging is a technique that uses a sea sponge or other natural sponge to apply paint to a surface in a mottled, textured effect. Sponging is often used to create a faux stone or marble effect.
Ragging is another popular faux painting technique. To rag, you simply crumple up a piece of cheesecloth or other fabric and dip it in paint. Then, you apply the paint to the surface in a random, mottled pattern.
Stippling is a faux painting technique that involves using a brush or other tool to apply small dots of paint to a surface. Stippling is often used to create a faux wood grain effect.