The answer to this is no. There are many factors that go into the pricing of a faux technique:

  1. The scope of the project. (How much square footage, how many rooms etc.)
  2. The condition of the substrate (walls, ceiling or cabinets)
  3. Configuration of walls. (Height, width and if scaffolding will be necessary etc.)
  4. The types of finish chosen. (Glaze work, troweled plaster, embellished plasters or Metallics etc.)


These factors make it impossible to give prices over the phone without seeing and discussing the project. While this can be frustrating it does allow for a much more accurate proposal and allows the client to determine how serious he or she is in deciding whether to incorporate a Faux Finish into their home.