The technique known as faux painting adds grace and sophistication to any room. These combing effects create rich textures and handmade detail to the wall finish, which cannot be matched by similar wallpaper patterns.
Step 7: Align the roller properly. Here’s a tip: When applying new glaze to the width already glazed, orient the roller so that the far end, or feather end, overlaps the glaze already on the wall. The near end of the roller applies new glaze to the wall. Orienting the roller in this way creates a feathering effect, hiding where the glaze overlaps.
Overlap the previous stripes with the far end of the roller.