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The client wanted a room that simulated the feel of a castle in Northern France during the late Middle Ages. During this time, limestone, hand-cut by masons, was traditionally used to build walls and archways with mortar added between the blocks to secure them. We decided to use this look on the modern woodwork that existed in the client’s home. We then picked the colors that fit the look that was desired. Layers of joint compound were applied, textured, sealed, back-painted, glazed, and sealed once more.

The mortar was simulated with a colored sand finish between the blocks, thus completing the illusion.

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