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What is this painting called?

Posted by icefox (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 13, 12 at 8:05

Please, I fell in love with this backsplash:

I would love to paint it in my kitchen, however I do not know what is this paint style called. I realize, it might be an expensive backsplash, however anything can be fauxed these days. I am eager to learn how to paint it.

No matter how I code the image which is 59.2kb, it won't show up in the preview. Here is a link to the original large picture.

Thank you in advance for help or suggestions.

Here is a link that might be useful: backsplash

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RE: What is this painting called?

I figured it out, here is the picture:

Thank you

RE: What is this painting called?

You sure it is painted? Looks like formica to me.

RE: What is this painting called?

Could that backsplash be painted as a form of faux strie?
Strie is the closes faux finish I found so far. It is striped finish, however could it be applied in a 90 degree direction as well to achieve this finish? Black base, siver strie?

RE: What is this painting called?

That's a Blanco sink, and Blanco is a European company. It could be almost anything.

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