What is Faux Brick, Wood and
It is a three dimensional faux finish. The brick
(or any other kind of stone) is formed directly onto the wall and then each brick is hand painted. Because
it just begs to be touched ;-) , I put several coats of a high quality protective coating onto the wall. The
finished product not only looks real but it feels real. When it's done right, it's one of those faux finishes
that stops people in their tracks. Below are some examples.
Notice that I can create a full wall of brick or as seen below, I can create
just a section of "break-away brick".
I used the section
of "break-away" to make the tiger eyes stand out
Faux Stone Archway
A single wall of faux brick
makes a bold statement
in this Fannett home.
This is the beautiful foyer leading into the living
room seen at left.
I often use Faux Brick in mural work to create arches and windows as seen
Which is faux wood and which is real?????????
By using a combination of artist brushes and airbrushing, the end result looks and feels
Close up of mission stucco faux along with break-away brick.
Tuscan gold faux with break-away brick. Click on the link below to see all the shots of
this Bridge City home.
A Home Tour
Bold colors along with break-away brick make
this entry and dining area stunning! Click on the link below to see all the shots of this home.
A Home Tour
Full view of the dinette area that connects with the kitchen shown above.
By using faux brick I can create a three dimensional mural like the one seen below.
Rich Red Faux along with break away brick make a perfect setting for the Est. 2006 stone.
A faux window in this hallway opens up a previously dark area.
Faux Brick is a great idea for adding character to hallways.
When we create faux brick, you can choose the colors. Lisa chose brick colors to match the wall hanging
you see here.