Sonoma Residence Entry HallEclectic Entry, San Francisco

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Katherine Bozarth-Barker wrote:Aug 1, 2014
Kate Breitfeller wrote:Mar 12, 2012
  • Kate Breitfeller
    Sorry it didn't write the whole question! I am wondering if you used a specific venetian plaster or did you pick a color and mix it in a basic plaster base? Also did you burnish it or did you leave it unburnished? I wish I could just photoshop this onto my ceiling :)
gkellermeyer wrote:Mar 21, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Laura Gaskill added this to Give Peace a Chance: Room-by-Room Tips to Create CalmDec 29, 2012

    Entry and MudroomTry something low. A long, low table or bench in the entry invites you to come closer and investigate, rather than dump your keys and bag in a rush through to other rooms. It's a subtle difference, but it could be just enough change to slow your pace from the harried outside world to the peace and comfort of home. Enhance the peaceful effect by placing a single, beautiful orchid or vase of flowers and a pretty cloth on the table.

    Alison Aves added this to Houzz Tour: Designed for Harmony with the LandFeb 27, 2011

    The walls are plaster, but Parker requested not to have it thoroughly mixed so that there would be inherent differences in color and texture. It was applied using a steel trowel. "It slightly burnishes it when applied," he says. "It gives it a lush, buttery smooth finish."

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    niallfenix added this to niallfenix's ideasMar 18, 2018

    Beautiful finish and light filled space

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