Fine decorative finishes for your walls, ceilings, cabinets, furniture, and more.
Lacquer with Strie glaze
Glazes can be manipulated to be dark, light, subtle, or dramatic. This strie gave the stark white on the cabinets the warmth and texture that they needed, while maintaining a smooth finish.
Stains, washes, and glazes can be used over existing cabinet colors to give a rich, custom look.
Paints, stains, and little elbow grease gave these plain, basic cabinets a beautiful customized facelift.
Black can add drama to a room, and give a beautiful background to showcase your accessories. Lacquers can be customized to any color for your decor.
These cabinets had turned yellow and dull. A few layers of a custom lacquer brightened up the whole kitchen.
Some built-ins just need to be showcased! This soft, warm silver tone with a crackle and glaze lets this built-in stand out. The moldings were also enhanced in this area, allowing the whole hallway to flow together.
This built-in cabinet was white and looked dull and inexpensive. Several layers of paints and stains gave an aged driftwood look that feels much richer.
Silver foil accents
This large desk was painted white to blend with the white trim in the room. Silver accents on the trim and handles helps to break up the large expanse of white, and coordinate with the other silver accents in the room.
Lacquer with glaze
This fireplace was already white, but was flanked by tan shelving. A fresh coat of white lacquer on all 3 pieces, followed by a glaze, helps the fireplace details stand out, while pulling the whole area together.
The exterior of this chest is painted with a soft metallic, while the fronts of the drawers are accented with a multi-colored foil finish. Inside the drawers is a little surprise of raspberry paint and fabric to match existing pillows on the couch.
This desk area was dark and dreary. 3 coats of a custom lacquer and some new hardware gave it the needed facelift.
A simple coat of enamel paint refreshed this tired, old dresser.
This screen hides unsightly electronics. A beautiful bronze finish with silver accents and a soft glaze makes the generic screens feel more like furniture.
Sometimes old furniture needs to be lightened and brightened. This piece was too dark and heavy for this room. A few coats of old white chalk paint and distressing and a tinted wax keeps the integrity of the piece and shows off the details.
This simple wood-grain finish was created to match existing wood pieces in this room. What started as a stark, white, lifeless piece, ended up warm and full of character to coordinate with the feel in the rest of the home.
This flea market find is now a rich accent piece in this room. Aluminum flakes with a glazed topcoat give a brushed look that is eye-catching. The hardware was painted with coordinating paints, as well.
This beautiful little drop leaf table had years and years of water damage on top. A few coats of bronze paint with a deep glaze keeps the traditional look, but gives an update.
These beams were white and didn't add enough richness to the space. A simple faux-woodgrain makes the beams feel more important.