The first half of 2013 has been a whirlwind of projects. It feels great to be swamped.
First up - Private Residence in Raleigh. This home had many fireplace mantels, all of which were white. The new owner wanted something different. Here is the result!
After- The black marble was removed and was replaced with a nice light polished limestone. We added some nice depth with a dark glaze to make this fireplace stand out in the room.
After- This mantle was just off the kitchen, again we turned a plain white mantle into a focal point in the room.
These chairs were transformed for Chapel Hill Designer Laura Covington- Can't wait to see the final product!
Chapel Hill designer Vicky Bryant asked us to paint a shelf for a client to match the new tile installed in the bath- can you find the tile in the photo?
Up next this secretary- although a job well done by the original artist- designer - Sarah Foster, wanted to update with a more modern look and feel for this Chapel Hill Sorority House.
So much work goes into a piece of furniture like this.
(let me just say, my iPhone tends to make photos red- my apologies for the bad photography but you get the idea!)
And finally...... the after-
So much more modern and clean. It was a lovely piece.
Now for some fun pieces. Designer Heather Garrett always has something interesting for us and these pieces for a little boys room were no exception.
An ordinary white drum shade from CB2 into this!
Next up- another simple ordinary piece- this one from PB Teen.
Transformed into -
These pieces were so much fun!