Faux Marbling – Fake Marble
Marbling, Marbleising or Faux (Fake) Marbling is used to make walls and furniture look like real marble. This is achieved using plaster, glaze or paint techniques. Surfaces are prepared and finished to imitate the appearance of polished marble. It is typically used in buildings where the weight of genuine marble would be too heavy or the cost too expensive. Faux marbling is a special case of faux painting used to create the distinctive and varied patterns of marble – the most imitated stone by far.
Marble Without The Cost!
We are able to replicate any marble using paint!
Our faux marble finishes have been meticulously hand painted – replicated from Australian, English, French, Italian, Belgium, Indian and Chinese marbles. They include Marulan Marble, Saracolin Marble, Vert de Mer, Black and White Marble, Fleur de Peche, Theatrical Marble, Vienna Marble, Sienna Marble, Louis XV Grand Antique Marble, Cherry Marble, Jade Marble, Carerra Marble, Portoro Marble and more.