DOWN UNDER FAUX
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Professional Faux Finish Artist and Decorative Painter. Modern, Olde World, Contemporary including Kitchen cabinet refinishing. Property management and consultant.

Certifications and Awards
Meeting of the Masters 2007
Professionally Trained
Hudson Valley Best Faux Painter 2010
Faux Masters Studio 2002
Faux Effects 2003 & 2006
Finishing School New York 2004, 2005, 2008
Contact: Muriel Norman
Location: 36 Prince Street
RED HOOK, NY 12571
Typical Job Costs: $500.00 - $200 000.00
Each project is given a firm price before starting which also includes samples to the clients satisfaction. There are no surprise charges or additional costs. We pride ourselves in being completely transparent with pricing and expectations, and communicate closely with our clients throughout the entire process.
Commented: What is the paint color? Beautiful! This is a plaster finish that was tinted using Farrow & Ball's, "Stone Blue" tint. It looks different in paint to the color it reads in plaster. Hope this helps.
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Commented: Rug This rug was purchased by the client in New York. I'm not sure if they know where as it may have been at an auction.
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Commented: Floating bed ? Thank you for the enquiry. The head of the bed is attached to the wall, a center pole approximately 3 - 4 feet (900 - 1200mm) from the walls is on the floor. I believe there's a metal platform under...
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Commented: Paintable linen look wall covering vs more expensive linen wall coveri I'm a professional faux finish artist and recommend hand painting the 'linen look' using a glaze over the base coat to achieve the finish. If you're doing it yourself the cost will be minimal. Purch...
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Commented: Can you tell me the paint name of the goldish wall? Thank you! Hi Glen, This isn't a paint on the wall, it's a custom venetian plaster with earth brown as one of the tints. Sorry, I do not have a paint color I can advise to match this finish.
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Commented: Was the brick pre existing or used brick added later? The brick was pre existing. As this once was a carriage house, over the years it had been painted white until the owners had the entire structure sandblasted back to it's original condition.
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