Check out some of my projects...
BEFORE: This interesting countertop is in an older farmhouse in Snohomish. The owner liked the rounded corners and the actual style of the countertop, but hated the color. Although quite ugly, it was in good shape. I applied a faux granite finish that was protected by several layers of clear coat, which is durable under normal use.
This can be an inexpensive way to transform your counters- for long or short term!
AFTER: Here is a close up of the same counter after the finish. It doesn't show in this picture, but there are even gold sparkles in the paint here & there to give an even more realistic design! it is really lovely and guests can not believe it is the same counter!
Pricing depends on surface area, current product and faux desired. Call me!
Ugly Countertop? Faux it!
BEFORE: This out-dated bathroom needed a lot of help. The vinyl floor was stained, the cabinet was stark white and didn't compliment the room, the walls were three different colors...Ugh!
And how about ugly cabinets? You don't have to spend a lot to get a new look!
This fireplace in a lovely Magnolia home needed a little excitement- so I created a faux marble. Now it really becomes a gorgeous focal point in the room!
This new mediterranian restaurant in Monroe, WA, Bella Balducci's, needed to make the restrooms a little more attractive for the customers. I created a dramatic gold leaf design, overlayed with stripes glazed with an antique layered paint finish. Beautiful!
The woman's bathroom got beat with the ugly stick! To change this, I created a complimentary gold pattern on the walls, then topped it off with an antique glaze. In the corner I hand-painted a rose trellis frescoe to add a ladie's touch and a design the female customers would enjoy!
I am never afraid to think outside of the box- why use boring, generic bathroom ID signs when you can add an element of whimsy and uniquness? These lovely designs are from my best pal and Stencil Queen, Victoria Larsen. Please visit her website for more tantalizing designs! www.VictoriaLarsen.com
Right: This Street of Dreams home in Oregon had a drab dining room- until we added this elegant Tuscan villa by the lake scene!