Inset painted burl wood – Apparently the cabinets had real burl-wood veneer specked-out, but it was finished without it. Time was of the essence. The general contractor asked if we could paint the burl-wood over the existing mahogany instead. What you see is the result of that inquiry.
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The kitchen Cabinetry finish was created with a two color stain glaze combination. Then the cabinets were lightly distressed whichgives them a distinctive edge. The kitchen is warm and inviting with a lived in feeling.
Built in Bar and Large Kitchen Refinished Cabinets Custom cherry/mahogany finish for all cabinets
As the owners are avid art collectors, this residence was tastefully decorated with artwork, sculptures and quality lighting. Keeping the surroundings in mind, we suggested to make the built-in look like a “hutch” or a piece of furniture with some character to it. The result was a combination of freehand artwork, two overall colors, gold […]
Modernize a powder room with a contemporary finish.
The goal of this project was to develop a Versace-inspired pattern for a custom home by the Pacific. We created this withshading, drawing, perspective painting executed standing on a platform 30′ from the ground. This house has three levels: Lower or basement, main level, and top level. There is plenty of natural light through the […]
The cabinets in this built in hutch were in good condition but the color and oak wood grain dated the cabinet. To compliment the interior design and add richness to the dining room the cabinets were refinished to a cherry/mahogany custom finish.
This was a brand new townhouse kitchen that the owner wanted to create an impression with. To create an elegant, unique kitchen the cabinets we done in a grey-green color with a rusty wash to the owners specifications. The kitchen is amazing!
The darker cabinets in the kitchen did not brighter up this 1980’s kitchen. Instead, the client opted for a warm base and color wash to hide the pattern of the wood grain. A darker, metallic color was used at the very top of the cabinet to give it a more contemporary look.
The kitchen cabinets were painted white, and a soft, warm grey directional wash was applied to the inner side of doors. The goal here was to “break down” the starkness of white and create some visual interest.