Just a couple of sample cabinet fronts I've been designing to show clients interested in seeing what can be done to update cabinetry or furniture. I have a few more, but haven't been able to get a good photograph of them - maybe when it stops raining and I can shoot without a flash in the studio. One of the others is a medium blue with very subtle, lighter blue glaze on it, one is a soft yellow with an off-white "distressed" look top color, and the other is a sage with brown glaze and true distressing.
At the moment I'm busy with the little things - painting a bed for a client, a sample cabinet door for a potential client in Odessa, and other sample cabinet doors for potential clients. While I'm at it, I thought I'd post a picture of a living "little thing" that won't be little much longer......Sophia! She will be four months old this week, and is about 50 pounds and 23" high at her back.
What a beautiful home I had the opportunity to work in! These columns are in the master bath, but there were 4 more that I painted just like these in the foyer and dining area. Those, however, were 12 feet tall. It was hard work due to the fact that once you begin on a column, you must continue until finished in order to get the best results, but it was rewarding. Going from white to this was a huge change! I love my work!
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