Tag Archives: Faux
I love finishing and restoring fireplaces. They are small and therefore not overly time consuming, but always make a big impact. I especially like natural stone finishes. Here’s one of my latest!
Sometimes being an artist isn’t glamorous, big surprise. No, really. When I describe to people what I do exactly, they usually say “that sounds like so much fun,” or “isn’t it great that you get to be artistic?” AND yes, … Continue reading
Sugar and spice and everything nice. That’s what little girls are made of! Let’s make sure their “Jack and Jill” bathroom is sweet. Hand painted frames with monograms? YES! Birds, butterflies, and flowers? YES, PLEASE! I collaborated with O’Neill Studios … Continue reading
Painting stone to look like stone…
Need some oxygen? May I suggest ferns. Using a fabric swatch for the drapes as my starting point, I collaborated with Justine Sancho Interiors and O’Neill Studios to create this custom botanical, hand painted fern ceiling. First, the layout. A … Continue reading
Sometimes, the softest shade of blue and some sand paper can transform the blah into beautiful. Before And after
Here it is! A pizza oven inspired, custom stucco textured fireplace in golden tones. Started a stucco fireplace today. Love this natural looking texture. It’s really going to warm up and ground the room too.
The D.C. Design Center’s Urban Elegance show is starting soon. I worked with designer, Jennie Curtis on her project, contributing some faux on the ceiling, stencil work, and window murals. It’s free for vistors! Here’s the link… http://www.dcdesigncenter.com/designhouse/spring2009/event_information.cfm