Designer Terms Defined: Faux Bois

Every now and then, we will explain through descriptive text and visual images, terms that we use regularly but that may be new to you. The proper terminology will undoubtedly bring out your inner designer, so without further ado:

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Faux Bois

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Faux Bois Wrapping Paper

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Faux Bois on Houzz 2

Faux bois wall covering behind a bookshelf.

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Faux Bois Houzz

Faux bois items need not be brown and come in all hues, like this aqua wall covering.

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J Banks Designer, Cindy Munn, specified this Seabrook  faux bois wall covering for a bathroom in the Woodfield Long Point Clubhouse in Charleston, SC.

Faux Bois Collage

All available through J Banks Retail | 843-682-1745 or info@jbanksdesign.com: 1.  Michael Aram Twig frame 2. Faux Bois Trunk Table Lamp 3. Faux Bois Trinket Box with Bird 4. Kelly Wearstler Collection for Lee Jofa Faux Bois Fabric in Lagoon/Aqua 5. Faux Bois Treat Jar and Dog Bowl in Brown (also available in white). 6. John Robshaw, the Nicolette Mayer Collection, for Duralee Chun Fabric.

Do you have an interior design term you would like us to explain?  We would love to hear from you!

xo,

JB

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2 responses to “Designer Terms Defined: Faux Bois

  1. Thanks so much for your fabulous blog. Please add the tag The Nicolette Mayer Collection for the fabrics from your tag for Dransfield and Ross, and let us know if you’d like any high resolution photos for any of our other fabrics for your blog. We’d love to send you samples, etc. Best regards, Nicolette, http://www.nicolettemayer.com

    • Sure! We have made the update. Please check it and make sure it is correct. We were a little unsure of the way in which it should be worded. Thanks for checking out our blog!

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