There, of course, are other techniques to cause what’s new to look old again……..
Antiquing with glaze. This works especially good on textured walls. Using 1 part paint to 4 parts antiquing glaze, brush on walls and squeegee the excess off. This leaves only the glaze color in the lines and divots of the wall.
Rag Rolling. Dip a cloth (preferably a ragging cloth…don’t use a towel) in water and ring it out. Then dip it in antiquing glaze and wring it out again. Twist the cloth like you’re going to have a towel fight, you remember J, then begin to roll rag along the wall changing directions for a more natural look. Reload cloth as needed. Work in small areas at a time and never leave a dry edge. This means complete an area before you take a break.
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