Achieved by using water-based paints, apply sage green over white acrylic primer. Drag and wipe cream to highlight. Add gilt cream vertically to centre, applied with cloth. Have a go yourself with Lincrusta Italian Renaissance Wallpaper http://www.davieswallpapers.com/designer-wallpaper/index.php?main_page=product_info=1542_1543_1549_id=35827
Annie Sloan Craqueleur is a two part water-based finish system that creates a crackle look reminiscent of delicate porcelain.Toile-patterned tissue paper applied to a new frame. #anniesloan #crackle #design #diy
Tadelakt (as used in the image above) is a great if you don’t want to use tiles in your bathroom or kitchen. It is a waterproof lime plaster traditionally used in hammams and bathrooms of the riads in Morocco.