Thursday, December 24, 2015

We finished up our project in Cave Creek. Our clients felt so comfortable with Kerri's talent that they paid us in advance and left for the holidays. We have had that happen to us several times and we feel blessed to inspire that much confidence. You might think this dark marble faux with silver veins might seem weird untill you see the front door. (see picture) They wanted that feel for their grand room and bar. We did a soft marble faux down the entry to their bedroom. And as usual we did some outlet covers to match the backsplash. I also included some pictures of the artist in acrobatic motion and putting on the finishing touches.
With that we are taking a week to enjoy the holiday with family and friends. Kerri and I want to wish all of our past clients and facebook friends the best of the season and hope every one of you get what you wish for. We also hope that whatever your beliefs are that you take a quiet moment and feel blessed by what this holiday brings.
Happy Holidays from Faux by Kerri G!









Sunday, December 20, 2015


We continue working in Cave Creek this week. Ending on Christmas eve. It has been quite the project with scaffolding and a full back end of a pickup for supplies. We will be looking forward to the holiday break! Good thing we love our work. Will have pictures to share soon. Hope everyone has a great week!

Monday, December 14, 2015

We completed our project at the Senze's Chandler home. Metallic 12 foot high fireplace, a metallic powder bath, a soft marble faux with veins on the master bath ceiling, and some outlet covers. Checkout the pictures of some beautiful work.









Sunday, December 6, 2015

We wrapped up our project at the Manseau home in Gilbert. We find ourselves working for some of best clients on the planet. Greeted with coffee and a warm welcome every day. This couple was one of the best we have ever worked for. This marble faux was done without the 5 color sea sponge paint base we normally do. When you have the pimple knock down texture, as in this home, you can't get the real marble look. But we can achieve an elegant old world look and at a lower price. If you don't have smooth walls this is the way to go. When the new granite is put in this Kitchen will pop. The glare of a large kitchen window on wet glaze made it hard to get good pictures but here is a few for us to show off. Back up to Gilbert this week. Kerri is going to do some great Metallic faux in a custom home.