|Title:||Paint Effects for Walls and Surfaces: Over 25 inspirational ways to transform your home with paint, including sponging, colourwashing, stippling, ... stamping, with over 300 colour photographs|
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|Category:||Home Improvement and Design|
|Publisher:||Anness (November 29, 2005)|
Paint effects for walls and surfaces over 25 inspirational ways to transform your home with paint including sponging colourwashing stippling stencilling and stamping with over 300 colour photographs for cohen sacha. Category: English Books. Paint effects for walls and surfaces over 25 inspirational ways to transform your home with paint including sponging colourwashing stippling stencilling and stamping with over 300 colour photographs for cohen sacha.
Home All Categories Arts, Music & Photography Books Painting Books Paint Effects for Walls and Surfaces: Over 25 inspirational ways to transform your home with paint, including sponging, colourwashing, stippling, stencilling. stamping, with over 300 colour photogr. ISBN13: 9781844762033. Paint Effects : For Walls and Surfaces.
stamping, with over 300 colour photographs: Paint Effects for Walls and Surfaces: Over 25 inspirational ways to transform your home with paint, including sponging, colourwashing, stippling,. stamping, with over 300 colour photographs: ISBN 9781844762033 (978-1-84476-203-3) Softcover, Anness, 2005. Paintwork (Inspirations (Merrell)). by Michelle Lovric, Maggie Philo. ISBN 9781854104625 (978-1-85410-462-5) Hardcover, Aurum Pr Ltd, 1997.
Over 300 colour photographs illustrate every instruction and technique in step by step detail, and a templates section at the back of the book is invaluable in helping you to create designs. With a great gallery of room shots and hundreds of professional tips and design ideas, this is the only paint effects reference book, inspirational sourcebook and practical manual any decorator will ever need. As well as writing books, Maggie Philo is a highly successful designer with many years' experience of working with and teaching decorative paint finishes for walls and furniture. Maggie has written hundreds of features and articles and contributes regularly to Inspirations and other lifestyle magazines.
It is illustrated with over 300 full-colour photographs, artworks and templates to help you to create designs. This book features a detailed an illustrated guide to painting equipment and techniques, and instructions on working with colour and how to mix paint recipes. The main part of the book consists of over 25 inspirational projects, each focusing on a different household item. Ideas include a crackle-glaze picture frame, a seashore bathroom set, gilded candles, stamped wrapping paper, a Scandinavian table and a folk-art chair.
Decorative paint techniques provide the quickest, easiest, cheapest and most effective ways to create stylish and eye-catching interiors. To create a country look, whitewash the kitchen or use a dry-brush technique to "age" new pine furniture. For a more classical approach: A project shows how to frottage a hallway with a traditional green paint.
This way, all parties will know what the finish will look like. If worse comes to worse and the final finish is not what you had in mind, you can always create a new paint effect by reapplying the basecoats and paint effects medium topcoat/s. Pick the right product. Sponging is probably the easiest technique to master with an infinite variety of effects possible, according to the type of sponge, the way you wield it and your choice of colours. Furnishings and fabrics are easily coordinated by harmonising their hues, layer upon layer into the final sponged effect.
Apply the paint with a light stippling motion, using very little colour on an almost dry brush (rub the excess paint off the brush onto kitchen towel). Now the increasing sophistication in most paint ranges, plus a new interest in the purely decorative aspect, has resulted in the revival of old traditional crafts and techniques such as stippling, rag-rolling, colour-washing, dragging and lacquering which can all be learnt and practised without too much difficulty. His face smashed a pane low down in the french window and went through, stippling Goldman's shoes with blood