How To Create a Faux Marble Bathroom Countertop
Does your bathroom sink countertop need a new look? A faux marble countertop is a fun project and looks great! Clean the surface of the sink very well. Tape around the edge and place a protective cover over the sink. Begin with primer you can use white as a primer or use the color of the walls of the bathroom. Wait for 2 hours to let the primer dry. Then paint background with an assortment of complimentary muted colors. Use a muted color first then dab on a spicier color, then finish with a darker color diluted with water keep your paint moist and dab on the paint with a wet rag or sponge to bring out shadows and interesting texture. The veins of the marble in this video are created with a feather as a brush. You can create an effect that looks like authentic marble. The way to get marble finish is to do a light layer, a dark layer then a light layer.
What is needed for the job
- Primer- White Water Base
- Wet Rags
- 3 different Acrylic colors or More
- Brush Sable hair brush with a sharp edge