Most Popular Finishes
Faux Painting Today has changed. Most would think of Faux Painting as it is in conjunction with outdated Sponging and Ragrolling techniques but nowadays It is used with Modern finishes and are a great benefit to LEED Builders and Designers. For example, Certain finishes like woodgraining save time and money by replicating more expensive or hard to find materials. Installation of these eco friendly and low VOC products also are used to accent walls, Ceilings, Niches, Range hoods, Fireplace mantels, garage doors and are used to create exquisite focal points or to creatively blend in it's surrounding textiles.
Woodgraining Garage Doors
Faux bois (from the French for false wood) refers to the artistic imitation of wood or wood grains in various media. The craft has roots in the Renaissance with trompe-l'œil
Kitchen Cabinets and Furniture
Faux Painted Kitchens Can be transformed at a fraction of the price by not tearing out old cabinets and the headaches of changing out countertops. In turn By doing this can save the client money to do other projects throughout. We use only the best primers and processes to insure the most durable finish. Low VOC paints such as Chalk Paint, Milk Paint and lime washes are trending and can add Elegance by not being solely concidered as an olde world finish. When combined with certain colors and techniques Faux Painting still has a Modern Flare that works wonderfully with both Coastal Cottage, and Transitional Designs.