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It could be one of a few technique but from the shot it's hard to say.
this is not my kitchen I just saw the picture and I liked the wall texture which is in the picture.my kitchen is much smaller that this.
yes .my question was about the color in the wall.soory, if my picture was not clear.!!!
You can also get texture with drywall joint compound but it isn't as durable....
Another thought is, " Are you sure you want that texture in your kitchen?" Grease, smoke, etc, etc... jus sayin.' I used a flat wall with a 3 color glaze to get an old world look in my kitchen without the nooks and crevises of the texture.
The colors you could use are ocre, burnt sienna and a dark brown. start with a medium yellow or gold base. Pounce, blend and think about where the old "mildew stains would really be (cause that is what the dark really is portraying.... lol nice thought!
Venetian plaster products may have been used to create the texture. But TRUE venetian plaster is perfectly slick and glossy. It is made of ground marble dust that is compressed by hand
Here is an example of a true venetian plaster with multiple translucent colors. When you run your hand across it, it is perfectly smooth.
I would be happy to help you achieve this look. Give me a call.
Paint is one way to get the look...but so is tile.