Faux Painting can increase the value of your home by $353
Faux painting in Seattle is the art of creating decorative paint finishes that mimic the appearance of materials like wood, stone, or marble. There are a lot of benefits that Seattle faux painting can provide to any painted surface. Basically, it can give life to a plain painted wall, ceiling, or any surface. This can enhance the interior of any home. Even the simplest of color, shape or design that is added to a plain white wall can give it a whole new life. There are a lot of designs and styles to choose from that can replicate the look of a natural surface. Faux painting in Seattle can give your wall an aesthetic appeal. It is versatile and can be applied to almost plain and sealed surfaces like dry wall, plastered wall, metal, glass, ceramic and even fabric. Some homeowners tend to choose wallpapers over Seattle faux painting without thinking about the long lasting effect that a faux finish can provide. Walls that have been faux painted do not have any seams and will never peel, unlike wallpaper. If you want to change the design, you can just have it covered by fresh coat of plain paint and then start with your new design. With wallpapers, you need to remove the wallpapers first before you can proceed with re-painting it.
Fair price breakdown
Faux painting in Seattle can cost around $4,500 to $7,000 depending on the decorative finish, labor, and materials used. An average 12 feet by 18 feet living room can cost you approximately $4,200 to be faux painted. There are different faux finishes that you can use for your Seattle faux painting. All of these finishes have varying prices and requirements. A basic texture can cost you around $2 to $4 per square foot or around $1,200 to $2,400 to cover an average living room. Faux painting in Seattle that replicates marble can cost around $5 to $9 per square foot or a staggering $3,000 to $5,500 for an average room. Stone or brick faux finish is estimated to be around $6 to $10 or $3,600 or $6,000 for an average room. Other Seattle faux painting finishes like metallic, wood grains, stencil, plaster, and mural are estimated to cost around $6 to $50 per square foot or $3,600 up to $30,000 to cover an average sized room. The labor cost associated with faux painting in Seattle is estimated to be around $20 to $35 per hour and may fluctuate with more intricate and specialized faux designs.
Estimated final cost for faux painting
|Wall Labor||10.4 Hours||$523.63|
|Wall Job Materials and Supplies||1200 Square Feet||$186.18|
|Totals - Cost to Paint And Finish Walls - 1282 Square Feet||$709.81|
|Average Cost Per Square Foot||$0.59|
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Other costs to consider include the material that will be used for the faux painting in Seattle project like the glazes, plaster, wallpaper, and other high-quality materials. All of these can have an impact on the overall cost of the project. Rooms with many architectural designs like moldings and fireplaces may take a lot of time to be faux painted. This can increase the cost of the Seattle faux painting project. You might also consider the cost of the preparation needed before applying faux finishes to your walls, removal of furniture pieces in the room, and how many rooms have to be painted.
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Last Updated: May 17, 2020
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