Faux Finishes include . .


●Graining - the arrangement, direction, or pattern of the fibers in wood, leather, stone, or paper, typically aligned along a single axis. When painting, follow the grain of the wood.

●Marbleizing - the preparation and finishing of a surface to imitate the appearance of polished marble.

●Ragging - the use of rags to achieve a suitable finish.

●Straiting - to mark something with parallel grooves, ridges, stripes, or narrow bands.

●Staining - a liquid that is applied to something, especially wood, to darken it or change its color without hiding its texture or grain.

●High Gloss Finishes - use of special paint to  achieve

●Striping - a long narrow band of a different color, composition, or texture from the surrounding surface or background.