Posts Tagged ‘faux finishes’
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 […]
The customer wanted to create a visual impact for that first impression upon opening her front door. Marcelino Custom Finishes developed this unique ‘Trompe L’Oeil” (shading) art work and applied a soft faux finish to the wall to complete the look. The visual impact and statement were made using paints only.
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.
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, […]
Custom freehand shading. Whether it is an idea you have in mind or something you saw in your travels abroad, we can reproduce virtually anything in the artistic painting, exquisite faux finishes department. We have been producing one-of-a-kind finishes for over a decade in the Southern California region.
This tone-on-tone Trompe L’Oeil art was developed to establish a focal point at this artsy residence. This type of finish can be used on a variety of surfaces, such as commercial spaces and architectural elements like fireplaces and doors.
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.