How to Glaze Architectural Moulding | Faux Finish




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In this video, I show a few techniques glazing some wainscoting to achieve an aged look. We used Sherwin Williams “Faux Impressions” glaze.

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45 Comments

  1. Rachelle Flores
    May 24, 2015
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    Wow that is amazing work..great job…how did you get those outside corners without putting a molding corner piece

  2. Rachelle Flores
    May 25, 2015
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    How did you back cut it ? It must of being tough?

  3. miles dorch
    July 4, 2015
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    you taught me alot about the product we make for you guys

  4. Kyle Donne
    September 4, 2015
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    The beadboard panels look great! I noticed on the panel next to a room opening you trimmed the wainscoting with quarter round or shoe. I am curious how you blend it in to the baseboard?

  5. mbrusso01
    November 4, 2015
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    I like your vids. You know what you are doing

  6. Joshua Bushared
    November 17, 2015
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    Epic.

  7. shonuffisthemaster
    December 13, 2015
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    it does make the panels look more defined, but they also look dirty tbh. think it would look better painted a darker color that would naturally bring out the highlights, or painted different colors, although this would be more work

  8. Jacob Maddox
    December 24, 2015
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    Sorry bud, last question (for now :-), when you are installing wainscott in a house that has the outside corners with a radius (I'm sure you see this in Texas all the time), do you cut a small piece with two 45 degree cuts, or do you just do a 90 degree corner and then fill in the gaps at the top with caulk and sand? I'm looking to do wainscott in my home and the baseboard has a small (maybe 1") piece at the corners, seems like ripping the long strips with the MDF for the corners with two 45 cuts would be a lot more work. Just curious how you do it. Thanks again.

  9. PepperPlum 21
    January 10, 2016
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    Lovely work. I have a question though; what paint sheen do you recommend on millwork that is going to be glazed like this? And in crown molding that has heavy detail, in your opinion, does it look better glazed or just painted white?

  10. Ernie Zamora
    January 15, 2016
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    where do you get cloth wipe

  11. Oliver Lloyd
    January 26, 2016
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    Nice work mate! Do you spray the whole board with the Poly spray? or just the glazed areas? does it lay smooth enough to achieve a good finish?Thanks

  12. Dave marychuk
    January 26, 2016
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    Can you identify the panel mouldings you used going up the stairs around the beadboard?  Awesome stuff, love the vids!!!

  13. pieter dautzenberg
    February 10, 2016
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    top job man

  14. Karmina Samy
    February 16, 2016
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    impressive….. I'd like to know before glazing, what type of paint you've used! and thank you so much 4 the video 🙂

  15. Jason Mulligan
    February 21, 2016
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    That light switch…..

  16. Jay Lawrence
    March 31, 2016
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    Basically adding the dirt that accumulates over many years. Instant antiquing.

  17. Jake Lazore
    May 25, 2016
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    Using a wet rag, doesn't it take too much of the glaze off?

  18. Margaret P. Clarke
    May 26, 2016
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    Shocking and amazing. Reminds me of a bad stain job and I too would have a problems staining that beautiful white project

  19. bitterchild
    June 1, 2016
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    like all your vids… wish you would do dvds on crown molding; I would buy them

  20. Wayne Tarlton
    June 23, 2016
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    Very nicely done. Thanks for the tips.

  21. dorothy bernhardt
    June 24, 2016
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    Hi Richard! What ratio did you use when tenting your glaze?

  22. Jason Otto
    July 4, 2016
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    Great work!

  23. ma bird
    July 15, 2016
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    …but what if you want to paint the upper wall a different color than the wainscoting, like green (which I think is a much nicer look, two different colors of paint instead of all white)? The trim doesn't reach the edge of the wall in left corner of this picture, the section behind the 3 chairs. Can you run the trim to the edge of the doorway and blunt cut it? It looks like you did that on the right side of the doorway–why not on the left, too, so you can paint the upper wall a darker color?

  24. Bob C
    September 13, 2016
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    Nice work! Glad I've found your videos. Really enjoying them. We had this effect done in our kitchen, fireplace mantle and surround, and some built-in bookcases. We have a slightly heavier effect with the faint "smearing" to approximate grain lines. It's a neat look and as you say, it makes the detail pop, particularly for 3-piece molding. When I first saw the effect I didn't really like it, but we found an example in a home while planning our new home we built. It looks really good, but you have to take the other elements into consideration such as things like choice of back splashes (or what's already there), counter tops, etc.

    I have a hobby wood shop and I tried this on some small experimental pieces, just to try it myself. You certainly have to get the "touch" right. The key to this style is, to me, keep it subtle. It'll still highlight the details, but can get too much very easily. The gleaming while of non-glazed trim was a little too white. Besides, we have kids and this technique sort-of hides the little marks and blemishes that you get…

    Another detail I had done was faux panels (matching the cabinet doors) on the large pieces on the end of the fridge "box" and outside ends of the cabinets. It makes a nice finished appearance vs. a plane panel. Again, nice work. looking forward to the next vid.

  25. African Cichlids
    September 22, 2016
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    im not a fan of the glazin , but thats great for you another service to provide , great work nice job

  26. J W
    September 28, 2016
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    So many people waste time by talking about themselves and why they do projects. You were VERY professional and cut right to the work. Awesome work and excellent video!!!! Thank You!!!!

  27. john g
    October 18, 2016
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    Think this must be a US thing,dont see it in the UK ,well the original stuff but not this.I dont like it but commented to say what a good demonstration video it was,clear concise.Nice one.

  28. Joe De Jesus
    October 29, 2016
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    Excellent work, your a man that really knows his trade well. Really enjoyed this video,  you really taught me something today, Thanks.

  29. Satber Hoxhaj
    November 29, 2016
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    nice work that looks beautiful

  30. wizard owl
    December 24, 2016
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    Damn good!!! If it's not ur company, I hope ur boss is paying you $50.00 an hour!

  31. GenerationOfBmx
    January 19, 2017
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    I love your channel and trim work ideas. It's perfect for giving me inspiratio on remodeling my Victorian house. Thank you!!

  32. Martin Armendariz
    February 2, 2017
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    very good job my friend I learned something new.

  33. Scotland Wood Works
    February 3, 2017
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    What paint finish did you use to allow a Ploy spray coat? I'm ignoring the glaze of course, wondering if the paint was mat, semi…etc?

  34. Tom Holmes
    February 11, 2017
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    Now the Sherwin Williams has discontinued their 'faux impressions' line at their retail stores, what glaze do you now recommend? Thanks for the great videos!

  35. milo love
    February 26, 2017
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    I need that !jijij

  36. hey man
    February 26, 2017
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    GREAT JOB!

  37. Philippedes Quijano
    March 13, 2017
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    any design or method can we use for metalic gold from sherwin williams?you have video?

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    March 24, 2017
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  39. Camille Westermann
    April 23, 2017
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    I liked the rich brown color and I have found the faux impressions glaze but need to know what the mix ratio was that you used in the video? the can says 1 to 3 or 1 to 1 but I don't know which is the deeper. your advice please.

  40. JohnnyBDyer
    August 7, 2017
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    Dadgum electrician shoulda moved that switch

  41. Aureliano v Maldonado
    August 11, 2017
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    I really like your videos . you kind of explain really good . I always leave with no questions.

  42. know the truth
    September 18, 2017
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    I prefer the white…dont like the glaze, but that's just my preference.

  43. Fullmetalnola Theboot
    October 8, 2017
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    My first dislike

  44. ohiorn34
    October 26, 2017
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    Beautiful. Love the antiquing. Thanks for all of your great videos.

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