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We can help you find a faux painter in your area. The pros in our network provide free cost estimates for faux finish projects for walls, cabinets, doors, ceilings, furniture, columns, fireplaces, and doors. We are the fast and easy way to find a local professional.
Chances are that you have come to our site because you need to find faux painters in your local area. Well, you have come to the right place. We will help you find a faux finishing pro to take care of your project needs. It does not matter if it is a small project or a large project, we will help you find a pro to help you out.
Faux painters and artists. Use our service and a professional will come to you, evaluate what you need, and provide a price for your faux painting project. Our pros have experience in a variety of different techniques and patterns. You can choose from original decorative patterns or natural looks such as marble, stone, or brick. Most professionals will have examples of their work so you can choose the pattern or technique you are interested in using.
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How much does faux painting cost? Most painters have a minimum charge ($100-$200). They may provide you a fixed rate to do the project or price by the square foot. On average you can expect a rate of $2-4 per square foot. However, detailed patterns can reach as high as $10 per sq ft. Get a couple of quotes and compare. However, it is important that you consider the style of the faux artist. Sometimes it is worth paying a little more to get the style you are interested in achieving.
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What exactly is “faux painting” Faux painting is when you use paint to create a pattern with paint. It can take the form of geometric patterns (squares, circles, etc.) or patterns that resemble a natural surface such as wood, marble, or stone. In some ways it was a predecessor to wallpaper. Some artists pride themselves on being so good that you will not be able to recognize the difference between their painting and the natural element they are copying. The most modern applications of faux finishes (or techniques) include: marbleizing, fresco, graining, trompe l’oeil, venetian plaster, color wash, strie, rag painting, and sponging.
Finding the right artist may not be easy, but we can help. Complete a request form with information about your project. We will help match your request with a professional in our network. You will receive a price estimate without cost. Our service is time efficient and you have no obligation to hire the professional we match you to.
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