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Before
Before

This kitchen was orginally white washed oak. On all of the cabinet doors and frames the deep oak grain had to be first filled prior to the base coat application

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After
After

The cabinetry completed with a stylized mahogany without pores. The benefit, no demoliton was necessary to replace the cabinets, the doors were done off site in the studio, only on site work was the boxes of the cabinets. Less mess, and the kitchen could be used each day for meals as the process proceeded.

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Close Up
Close Up

The beauty of the art of wood graining is everything is customizable from the color, the wood, everything. The end result is a work of art

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Before
Before

This kitchen was orginally white washed oak. On all of the cabinet doors and frames the deep oak grain had to be first filled prior to the base coat application

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WOODGRAINED KITCHEN



​​On this kitchen project the client had already researched installing new cabinetry. The client was less than happy that new cabinets required the removal of all the cabinets and the  inabliity to use the kitchen for an extended period of time. The solution was to woodgrain the cabinets to the wood desired without tearing up the whole kitchen.

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Before

The orignal wood was a white washed fir. When the time came for new windows in the room, a decision was made to update the rest of the room.

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After
After

At the end of the process the finished result is dramatic and brings the room to life.

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Windows
Windows

The windows were all newly installed, they were also grained in walnut

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Before
Before

The orignal wood was a white washed fir. When the time came for new windows in the room, a decision was made to update the rest of the room.

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LIVING ROOM WALNUT STYLE

 

This living room cabinetry was originally white washed fir which made the room look washed out. The original wood was sanded, then a base coat color was applied. A two layer walnut woodgrain was then grained on the base coat, then three coats of oil varnish for protection. 



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Before

This wood pedestal usually had a cover over it until the client decided to make it marble to emphasize the statue. The commission was to make a marble pedestal that compliment the statue.

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Before

This wood pedestal was unprimed. All the nail holes and seams had to be filled prior to priming and a base coat for marble.

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After
After

The completed pedesal in its place under the statue.

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Before
Before

This wood pedestal usually had a cover over it until the client decided to make it marble to emphasize the statue. The commission was to make a marble pedestal that compliment the statue.

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MARBLE PEDSTAL

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The commison for this marble pedesal was to create a custom marble to compliment the statue which is a very important piece to the client. 



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