A metal with glass top table was updated with silver leaf on the base and a custom stencil reverse gilt on the glass top.
A sweet Queen Anne table that had a partial make over at some point in its life got a hand rubbed black satin finish with a slightly distressed clock face on top.
The top had been water damaged. So we cleaned it up with a casual faux marble top and powder blue with gold accents for a princess vanity.
This piece was natural wood in a home that already had enough wood. We did a heavy aging with crackle and waxing.
Close up of aging.
We accented the architectural details of these doors with a white wash that was allowed to hang up in the recesses.
This piece was crackled and glaze to give it a sense of history.
Designer Glen Boudreaux had us hand paint this decorative ornament on the panels on a vent hood. It is the finishing touch on this luxurious kitchen.
This princess’s bedroom set was once black. We layered Annie Sloan’s Louis blue and Duck Egg Blue and then accented with a custom salmon pink and antique gold.
Folk inspired brush work surrounds the mirror. The pink accents on the dresser keep it girly without being overwhelmingly pink. For a touch of ageless elegance, the top was painted faux marble.
Lastly, a princess desk where she can learn and grow.
Gallery – Art
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