Faux finishing is one of the oldest and most diverse art forms there is. The term faux is a French word for fake. Faux finishes have been used throughout the ages to embellish fined homes and castles. when particular marbles or woods were either not feasible or not available.
Today faux is a more generic term that is used to include the traditional faux painted marbles and woods but also plasters, glazes, gilding and all types of custom wall or furniture finishes.
Today's modern faux finishes go far beyond the traditional Venetian plasters and "old world finishes" and often included metallic paints, metallic plasters, glitter and beads, gilding, faux wood and faux marbles. A good faux finisher can create wall finishes that look like todays beautiful, but often cost prohibitive wallpaper, but without the seams.
What makes us different?
Although Atlanta has some wonderfully talented artists, many I've had the pleasure of working with. We are a one stop shop. We have worked on large and small, residential as well as commercial projects. Our knowledge and experience is what really sets us apart. It's that experience that allows us to finish jobs on time and to work through any challenges that might arise along the way. That experience is what makes us stop when we know the finish isn't quite right and make the adjustments needed to ensure perfection.
What if I like a finish but want it in a different color?
That is no problem We can create almost any faux finish in any color or color combination. Clients often pick several finishes they like for different reasons. We can then create an entirely knew and unique faux finish that is perfect for their space.
I have an Interior Designer that I'm already working with. Do you work with my designer or Contractor?
Yes. I am happy to work with you, your designer or both. Either way my job is to let you and the designer know what all your options are. We often give designers options they weren't even aware where available .
How long does an average Faux Finish project take?
Although all situations are different, an average single room project last between 3-7 days.