Paint-that-looks-like-wood, get free shipping on qualified wood look paint or buy online pick up in store today in the paint department.. With the project surface primed, you’re ready to apply a base coat of paint that looks like wood. choose a low-luster latex paint that matches the undertones of the type of wood you want your..., you can paint a wall to look like wood–it just takes time and patience. tape off the wall in a wood pattern with mini grout line tape. paint your walls a solid color. pull off the tape to reveal the spaces between the wood..

Update: since i first wrote this post, paint that looks like wood, i have used many different products. i still love modern masters products, they are top quality (but not too cheap). if you are looking to duplicate this look by using less products and for less, i highly recommend you try debi’s design diary diy paint , dark and decrepit liquid patina and crystal clear liquid patina., faux wood paint colors used to create realistic painted woodgrain base coats are applied in ranges of yellow to beige/soft white or orange, depending on the faux wood being created. as you gaze into that oak, or any real wood, focus on the lightest tones and then imagine them even lighter and brighter..

Apply a base coat of low-luster latex enamel. we're using a beige-toned yellow ochre. other choices for a wood look include burnt sienna and red oxide. for a wild non-wood look, use any color., coco (annie sloan chalk paint), to be exact. it’s the perfect base color for a “driftwood” or “weathered wood” base, in my opinion. as you can see above, i did one very thin coat and that’s all. i was totally okay with the white showing through on this one because i wanted it to be mostly white..

Note: your results may vary! please experiment on some scrap before trying this on something permanent. also, this technique may not be suitable for surfaces that are expected to take abuse. i use ...