Faux marbling can transform old theatres, churches, museums and stately homes to their former glory. It can also add drama and sophistication to restaurant spaces, spas and retail establishments. Marble can dress up floors, countertops and other surfaces as well.
Stone finishes offer a more rustic effect that adds the right amount of coziness to pubs, restaurants and other commercial spaces such as garden shops and inns, to name a few.
At home, stone and marble add magic to your columns, moldings, mantles, floors, walls, fireplaces, and room dividers. Create the effect of an old country church or an ancient Roman bath in your own home without the cost or weight of real stone or marble
“Julie, when you suggested that I add a faux stone finish to the floor just inside of my house to draw in the ambiance of my beautiful patio, I must say I was a bit skeptical. However, the final product is absolutely amazing. You transformed a cheap linoleum floor into a stunning work of art. My guests continually comment on it.” J.J.C., Newburyport, Massachusetts (Residential)