Here's a couple of the faux finishes we used to do all the time. Ahh, the good old days.
Hand trowel textures with bold colors and a tobacco stain glaze.
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This is the same kitchen as the accent pantry. I must admit, the customer picked all her own colors. I can't take any credit. But we did do a beautiful job.
Mountain Valley Country Club dining room.
This was a new construction home in which we painted literally everything. Here I am highlighting the dark walnut stained cabinets.
Faux finish with exposed brick. Very Italian bistro feeling.
The brick on the fireplace is real. All the other is faux. Can you tell the difference?
More of the bistro. Notice the copper plated ceiling. We id that, too.
Obviously a huge Dime fan.
Beautiful distressing job on a kitchen island.
This ceiling was painted by my very first mural artist. Unfortunately he has since moved to California, so this particular finish is no longer available. I just thought it looked too good not to include it on the site.
This was a kitchen cabinets and trim job where we decided to make an accent out of the pantry door.
Dining area painted near the beginning of what I call "The Gray Wave."
Little girls rooms are so much fun. Especially because I know in a few years they will be teenagers, and they'll have to call me to come back and repaint it.