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The term comes from the French word faux, meaning false, as these techniques started as a form of replicating materials such as marble and wood with paint, but has subsequently come to encompass many other decorative finishes for walls and furniture including simulating recognisable textures and surfaces.
We have been creating faux finishes on walls and floors, large and small, including faux marble done on pedestals and special exhibits at The National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.
Faux finishes are timeless and lasting. And like fine wine and fine men and women, they simply get better with age.