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Faux Finish done in a small hallway, matching the colors of the paintings and the overall style of the home. The wall finish is a two color wash in earthy tones.
For every wall finish a sample is been done before the actual finish. This is important because nobody likes a bad surprise. If you like something similar or a free estimate, send an email.
I wanted to create a finish for a dining table which should look elegant but also rustic. So I asked myself, is this possible?
The table was dark brown, had many spots and looked shabby and not shabby chic. It was used a lot, the leaves were blocked and with a false movie the whole table would crash – but I got it really cheap.
Antique white was my base color, umber for the accents. I added thin layers, took parts off, distressed the edges and legs. Then I decided to add the elegant part, the fleur de lyss.
When it was done I was surprised myself, the combination of elegant and rustic was achieved.
I just had to find six matching chairs – I found them. Lucky I was indeed.
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The bathroom was completly built from scratch and my client likes the French Country Style a lot as it is throughout her charming Old Pasadena home.
She had her bathroom furniture customized and the faux finish plus the matching windows and doors made the it perfect indeed
As you can see on the picture the door is matching the tiles both on the floor and around the shower.
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