We finished up our column project in Mesa. The home owner wanted a soft travertine look to go with her tile. Mission accomplished. After the before and after pictures I included a couple of close ups showing the progress and some close ups of the final faux finish. It's a pretty soft faux to try to get a picture of. They are pretty amazing to see in person.
Friday, August 21, 2015
This week we returned to the Palaz home in Gilbert. They had painted a red accent wall and wanted it toned down. We ran a black glaze over it and gave it kind of a smokey look. I didn't take pictures of it because it is so subtle you wouldn't be able to see the faux in pictures. We have done this look a couple of times and people seem to love it. I did grab some shots of the work we had previously done to share with you. You get better pictures when the glaze had dried and the sheen has lessened. We are off to Scottsdale to do a column project next week.
Sunday, August 9, 2015
We returned to the Tully home at The Boulders in Scottsdale to do a ceiling, a coffer that separates the kitchen from the den, and a den wall. All done in a soft mushroom glaze watermark type of faux. Not spectacular in pictures but a very nice treatment when you are doing large areas and just want some movement and some color. We get a lot of requests for this type of faux. The last picture is something we did a while back. It's still stunning to come back and see.