Fine decorative finishes for your walls, ceilings, cabinets, furniture, and more.
The soft, elegant pattern and colors on these bathroom walls made this antique vanity stand out. What the owners were going to replace, became the showpiece of this space.
This finish really does look like leather! The homeowners didn't want to have to replace their chairs, but the room needed something to pull all the colors together. This rich ceiling did just the trick.
The walls in this stunning bathroom were lifeless. A beautiful embedded damask finish brought it the elegant feeling it deserved. The dome begged for something to draw your eyes upward, as well.
This contemporary pattern came from a fabric the homeowner had seen online. We customized the size and colors to fit the spaces beautifully.
An entryway finish should be something that compliments the other spaces in home. This home has copper ceilings, and green and cream finishes throughout the house. This plaster pulls it all together.
Metallic textures are durable, attractive, and can help hide smears and smudges from little fingerprints.
This client saw a picture in a magazine and fell in love with it! This customized stencil and starburst glaze gave the homeowners just what they were looking for.
This back hallway gets a lot of traffic. The old colors were very dark and heavy. A multi-colored plaster brightened up the area while giving durablilty.
This entry way was white, white, white. A venetian plaster on the walls gave it warmth and elegance. The copper ceiling shows off the beautiful millwork that was otherwise lost. Even the tiny sconces on the stairs were enhanced using a color-block of glaze to give them presence.
This powder room had very little character. A multi-glazed background with a beautiful metallic allover stencil made it a show-stopper!
Groin vaults are an excellent place for a faux finish. This deep, rich copper finish draws your eyes up to the beautiful architecture.
Tray ceilings are a great place to use a multi-tones glaze to pull all of the room's colors together.
The beautiful trim work and the elegant chandelier were lost on this large ceiling. Here we used a customized stencil around the edge, and a circular stencil for a medallion around the light fixture. Crystals add just the right amount of sparkle.
These beautiful groin vaults were lost among the beige walls. A layer of plaster and some antiqued edges show off the beautlful architecture the carpenters created.
This updated version of a pinstripe gives these metallic texture walls a handsome touch while pulling all the colors together.
This finish has a pearlescent glaze over it to give the room a light and bright update. The raised stencils are tipped with a warm silver accent to bring out their shapes.
Metallics can add just the right amount of shimmer, without being shiny. By combining several colors and blending softly, the walls of this space feel like they have a warm glow to them.
If you look closely, you can see that a raised grid was created on these walls to help break up the large expanse of walls. Decorative nail heads were placed on the areas where the grids crossed, to give the space a bit of an industrial feel.
This beautiful embeded damask finish gives this little powder room the vintage feel that the homeowners wanted. The counter top was done with a silver finish and covered with a protective clear coating.
This lime-based plaster will stand the test of time! The border was hand-designed, choosing elements from the homeowner's chandelier. The finish is classic, and won't quickly go out of style.
The green walls in this space are done with a technique that makes the walls look like they are covered in suede. This finish is subtle, but adds beautiful movement to the walls.
The walls and ceiling of this bathroom have a multi-colored glaze on them. The walls are blended to create a very soft look, while the ceiling finish appears to have more texture. The stencil is decorated with Swarovsky crystals to bring out the shimmer in the chandelier.
There was a lot of tile work in this master bathroom, and the homeowner wanted to soften the feel of the space. Adding a plaster to the ceiling, with a coordinating embedded pattern, makes the space feel more cohesive.
This beautiful bedroom had a lot of dark furniture. The eye needed to be drawn upward to balance the heaviness of the darker pieces. The tray ceiling was just the space for this effect. The trim work also received a bronze crackled finish.
This theater room had cork placed on the walls to absorb sound. The other spaces looked dull in comparison until a beautiful plaster finish was placed on the ceilings and near the sconces. The whole space feels more pulled-together.
This dining room is the first room you see when entering this home. A soft metallic texture with a multi-toned subtle pattern on the walls adds interest to the space. Additional plaster below the chair rails shows off the trim. The ceiling is a shade lighter than the walls, and we added a medallion around the light fixture to give it more focus. Soft, subtle, and elegant.
This strie finish adds a lot of character to these master bathroom walls. The trim and crown moldings were painted a bronze tone with a crackled finsh to coordinate with the accessories.
This tiny powder room didn't have any personality. A multi-layered foil finish was created for the background. A moroccan-style stencil was applied using 2 tones of a flat plaster for a juxtaposition of sheen. Swarovsky crystals were appled to make this space into a little jewel box!
This rich plaster finish has deep undertones beneath, and a beautiful, shimmery translucent topcoat. The dark and light tones add a rich feel to a small space.
This huge master bedroom has extra tall ceilings and a lot of beautiful trimwork. While the walls and trim were painted the same color, the ceiling millwork was emphasized with a beautiful multi-colored glaze. This glaze has metallic undertones to give the ceiling depth, and call attention to details.
This sweeet little powder room is in a 1920's home that was being updated. A metallic texture was used in a horlzontal 2-tone stripe, and dragged with a tool that creates a 21st Century version of a grasscloth wallcovering. Beautiful!
This ceiling space is in a very tall, narrow front hallway. The trim is painted with a rich metallic brown to accent the cherished chandelier. The ceiling is a metallic plaster to add movement and shimmer to an otherwise hidden area.
Sometimes it can be difficult to decide what to do with a tall wall. This 2-story foyer has been divided up using color. The paints and glazes are mixed to pull in other colors used throughout the home. Now it is a cozier, more welcoming entry.