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 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.
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 […]
Taking a fireplace and making it into a unique and ornate design can make a large difference in a living area. The hand painted details and faux finishes created on this fireplace helpled compliment the furniture in this room as well as create a focal point.
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.
The unique and beautiful furniture in this room required a custom made stencil by Marcelino with added shading and highlites to create the unique look that compliments the furniture and walls.
Custom stencil application, faux finishes, sharing and architectural painting.