"Faux Finishes"
Faux finishes add drama, character to any room
As seen in The Miami Herald, Jan. 30, 2009


Designer: Eloise Kubli, ASID
Text: Jana Soeldner Danger
Photography: Various
Publication: The Miami Herald,
Home Guide, Jan. 30, 2009
   
Miami Herald Interior Design Home Guide
Venetian plaster, which has the look of marble, brings elegance to this living room. Application requires a great deal of handwork.

When a room needs something extra to pull it together, a faux finish may be just the ticket.

Faux finishing is the technique of creating illusions with layers of paint, glaze and textured materials.

A faux finish can work on walls, ceilings, doors and furniture. It may mimic wood, stone or plaster, or simply provide its own unique visual interest.

Eloise Kubli of Collective Construction & Design in Plantation says faux finishes can provide a variety of benefits. "I use them to enhance the architectural detail of a home, and to reinforce an existing color scheme," she says. "Combining layers of paint can create depth and texture. It can also give extra durability to walls, so it's wonderful for families who entertain a lot or have children." continued

|| 1 | 2 | 3 ||



 

Eloise Kubli is a Professional Member of the American Society of Interior Designers. Collective Construction & Design, Inc. is proud to be certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council as a Women's Business Enterprise.

Collective Construction & Design, Inc. · 102 NW 100th Ave. · Plantation, FL 33324 · Tel. (954)733-8282
© 1999-2014 Collective Construction & Design, Inc., all rights reserved.
No part of this website may be copied or displayed without prior written permission.