Sheila loves her home. She’s not afraid of color, she has great taste and she is interested in new ideas. Recently she undertook several projects. We were asked to change the color of the wood in her expansive staircase. Once that project was complete, we talked about the prospect of enhancing her fireplace. She knew that she wanted to enhance it with some drama but didn’t have too many specifics in mind. We recommended a glazed finish because it would impart a sense of age or nobility. Plus, glaze allows us infinite options for color.
Sheila reports that after the first color was applied she was afraid the fireplace would turn out way too light. The craftsman encouraged patience. After the second color was applied she was afraid it would be too dark.
The craftsman encouraged patience. Finally the finishing touches provided subtle color variation, drama and satisfying splendor.
Sheila pointed out that originally there were some small holes and gouges in the fireplace. The Color Craftsmen filled, sanded and colored those areas such that no evidence of them remains, and that pleases Sheila.
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