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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Condo master bedroom – Clean, dragged metallic custom finish – One of a Kind! We had to craft a custom tool to be able to deliver this truly super-clean finish, because the traditional “dragging” technique just wouldn’t do for the clients. This one-of-a-kind finish involved the combination of metallic paints and the mixing of custom […]
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 […]
If you are tired of your home or office space, refinishing the cabinets, adding artistic finishing touches and faux finishes. It’s a proven real estate fact — updates in paint colors, kitchen cabinetry refinishing, decorative artistic finishes in hallways, window casings, ceilings and more add value to your home. Marcelino Custom Finishes, Inc. (MCF) is […]
Vanity desktop – “What can we do to…?” is a typical question we are asked by people who contact us. In this case we were asked by the home owner to come up with a finish to improve her worn out vanity desktop. We came up with this marble finish inspired by the real marble, […]
Refinishing the kitchen cabinets was cost effective and more expeditious alternative to a complete kitchen remodel. Complimenting the colors and theme in the home, the kitchen looks as it was completely redone. It so happened that we were already working in the residence, so, in less than two weeks the client had a fresh “new […]
Faux Wood Finish on Crown Moldings, Doors and Base Boards make an AMAZING difference. The richness at the top of the staircase makes it both warm and welcoming.
This entry was nice before but very flat surfaces. This is a good example on how Trompe L’Oeil (3D shading) can dramatically change flat surfaces. Trompe L’Oeil is is an art technique involving realistic imagery in order to create the optical illusion that the depicted objects exist in three dimensions.
First step was the unique creation of Marcelino for the wall with a plaster-like wall covering but not the same as plaster. It allows the elegant finish with depth and personalized colors. The wall becomes a work of art! It was important that the powder room compliment the dining room which we will feature […]
Each Stone was treated as a unique stone replicating a true stone. This is an indoor family room area. After sealing and stabilizing the surface of the pre-cast concrete wall, the challenge was to blend and beautify the wall […]