That is by far my favorite home it’s elegant yet not stuffy you feel the relaxed vibe and the airiness, just gorgeous!! That is by far my favorite home it’s elegant yet not stuffy you feel the relaxed vibe and the airiness, just gorgeous! I love the white patina at home decor because inspire me to fill our favorite place with purity and simplicity, lovely and relaxed to comfort us throughout the seasons. The white patina reminds me our farmhouse in Brazil where I used reclaimed materials like vintage objects and woods to create such a gorgeous bedroom.I think the timelessness of simplicity combined with the pieces you love make the room with your personality. Simple and sophisticated at the same time!
A realistic patina using the basic patina technique is generally a dark color atop a lighter color, such as yellow atop white, or charcoal atop light gray. Stylized, modern finishes can be created with the patina effect using nontraditional patina colors: white atop red, for example at the chair photo above and so on. Before attempting bold color combinations, test the combination on a cardboard scrap before you decide whether the combination will work well on a large scale.
Think of a yellowed page of a book; aging a wall with a patina faux finish creates a similar effect as it was distressed by the time.
The key to a good patina is to work in small areas at a time to keep a consistent look and to prevent paint from drying before you rub it in and off. Any texture on the wall — for instance, plaster ridges if it is a plaster wall — will be enhanced by the darker color you use as the top coat. Latex paints work well for this effect.
A simple patina can create the look of aging, especially around edges of walls and places where the walls meet windows, baseboards, and other trim.
Aging a wall with a patina faux finish creates a similar effect as it was distressed by the time.
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