March 15th, 2007
Wood you, could you
I generally write an article for each quarterly issue of The Faux Finisher magazine. The one I submitted last week (and due out beg. of April) was on wood design treatments. I am planning on having a couple of wood floors installed at the new building to do some crazy cool stuff on, but not ready to reveal that yet. Here are a couple of photos that I used in the article.
The one on the left was done by my good friend Gary Lord in HIS new studio, Prismatic Painting. I have loved this design setup since we created it and was thrilled to see someone attack it. I had envisioned it for a coffered ceiling, but think it is fabulous on the floor as well. The photo on the right was done by a customer, Joan Kingsbury and I love the simple elegance of the geometric pattern.
This one is a sample I did for another coffered ceiling panel idea. These were all done with water-based wood stains and it is almost ridiculously easy when using Modello patterns. Look for the article, it has a step by step lesson!
April 10th, 2007 at 5:54 am
Melanie, I am doing an entire house in Arts & Crafts Design. I would like a square tile stencil or Modello to use on a gentleman’s office floor. Any ideas?
Thank you and best,
Studio Redwood, Inc.
Sparta & Roaring Gap, NC