Lillian's Paintbrush
13 Reviews
Lillian's Paintbrush is a one stop shop for all your decorative painting needs. We're fully insured, detail oriented and committed to pleasing our customers and creating beautiful and varied paint finishes. Owner, Lillian Beretta, is a licensed Faux Effects specialist through The Finishing School, New York. Over the past decade and a half Lillian has a acquired certifications and training in dozens of cutting edge techniques. As a result, her repertoire includes everything from classical treatments to the latest trends. Her team of dependable, hardworking artists is extensively trained and meticulously clean. You won't believe what we can do!

Services Provided
Interior painting, furniture refinishing, cabinet refinishing, custom window treatments, custom furniture, lighting, accessories, & decorative finishes including but not limited to; Glazing, Textured Walls, Venetian Plaster, Murals, Straight Painting, Wood Graining, Leafing, Foils, Metallics, Tissuing, Lusterstone, Reactive Solvents, Crackle Paints, Imprints, Modello Designs, Stucco Lux, Pallette Deco, Ovilla, Old World Frescos, Stain & Seal

Areas Served
Middle Tennessee (including but not limited to Nashville, Green Hills, Brentwood, Franklin, Forrest Hills, Belle Meade, Hendersonville, Gallatin, Hermitage, Lebanon and Mount Juliet), Southern Kentucky

Certifications and Awards
Certified Faux Finisher by the Finishing School of New York and Faux Effects Florida
Member of the PDCA, iDAL, SBA.

SBA E200 graduate.
Contact: Lillian Beretta
Location: 855 Pleasant Grove Rd.
Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
License Number: #13VH03527700
Commented: Runner or fully carpet? Runner....then you could put a runner in the hall too.
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Commented: What could we do to this fireplace or good as is? A decorative plaster (Venetian plaster or stucco or LusterStone) in a coordinating color to your space would be eye catching....doing a metallic inside the "alcove" where you art is would spice it up ...
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Commented: need help choosing draperies You could always put up stationary (non functioning) panels on the ends. That way you keep the view and would only need 2 panels
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Commented: Trim color and glazing color/technique? The walls are actually a plaster finish. The inside of the panels is also plaster with a raised stencil application. The trim is off white paint then glazed to highlight raised portions.
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Commented: need help arranging furniture and TV around a corner fireplace Flat screen next to fireplace on wall or narrow console table
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Commented: Art behind couch...speakers in the way maybe 3 canvases would work if they were much taller
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