Glaze paint walls

Transform your walls with stunning glaze painting techniques. Discover top ideas to add depth, texture, and a touch of elegance to your living space.
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Here is a beautiful warm faux glaze technique where only a sea sponge was used. The sea sponge can be highly affective, producing many designs and patterns which can be applied to the walls or many other surfaces. The walls had a very heavy orange peel texture which made the technique more dramatic. There were three colors used to produce this look. The base coat was painted with an latex eggshell finish by Benjamin Moore #193 The first glaze color # 105 eggshell finish Second glaze color #…

Paula Conway
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Parchment glaze - 7 steps to success. Creating the impression of aged walls, the Parchment finish evokes a feeling of history and old world charm. The color density varies over the finished surface and creates appearances of lightly mottled parchment. A soft and airy finish, the Parchment glaze is an ideal way to create mood and character in any room.

Maria De Munck
DIY Home Decor: How To Paint a Faux Concrete Wall Finish Vintage Industrial Décor, Vintage Industrial, Design, Home Décor, Faux Concrete Wall, Textured Walls, Glazing Techniques, Concrete Wall, Wall Finishes

A few years ago I wrote about a distressed glazing technique which has a distressed feel to it, a way we developed to add visual texture to your walls that doesn’t like a stock rag rolling. Here, we take this process one step further. The look is both soft and contemporary, works well in urban environments, and is still livable. It’s unique every time, and in this example we’re emphasizing a linear quality, as if the “concrete” was poured into a wood formwork.