We offer professionally painted finishes in a multitude of treatments that will transform your cabinets perfectly. We can re-design and extend the life your existing cabinetry with beautiful custom painted finishes. Our process takes about 7 – 10 days from the time we remove the cabinet doors until re-installation. We take pride in offering a durable finish, so a considerable amount of time goes into the prep work, and we allow sufficient drying time between coats and before transporting back to your home.
We’d love to refresh your favored furniture pieces too, with delightful new designs!
Click on each image for a description of some of our previous work.
A dark kitchen becomes light and bright with this new "Linen White" cabinet finish.
Factory finish was not quite right-so we tinted it correctly.
We added some color to this all wood tone cabin by glazing the cabinets in a fresh green.
Painted copper patina on this wooden countertop.
A cheerful cherry red was selected for this kitchen island.
Distressed black cabinet finish in this beautiful kitchen.
Gold and copper leafed table top with aging patina and a walnut finish on the base.
This darling bench has a traditional glazed and speckled finish.
Mini murals and floral designs painted on this vanity.
Faux malachite finish on these aluminum chairs.
Textural faux finish on this hood.
We can put a new finish on those favored pieces that are showing wear.
Glaze and finish on this built -in vanity.
Close- up of cabinet detail.
Custom monogram makes a personal statement.
Freshc chestnut tone refinish on this fireplace.
Re-paint in crisp white.
Repainted - from mustard yellow and navy blue to fresh, soft linen tone.
Older cabinets are often very well built and worthy of preserving by painting.
Cabinet re-glaze and refinish for a warmer tone.
We can update built in shelving units with a fresh new paint!
This sofa tableI used to be brashy brass-- now it's finished in pristine platinum!
Thesep powder room cabinets are finished in aluminum leaf.
This is a close up of copper, gold and silver leaf application.
Cheerful colors chosen for the intricate design on this chest.
These blonde oak cabinets were refinished in a chestnut tone.
Crackle finish on this table and gold leafed ornamental tips.
Painted/distressed black finish with gold accents.
Hand painted floral swag on this classic dresser.
Silverl leaf with patina on this fireplace mantel.
Distressed paint technique and copper leaf finishes.
Hand painted floral motif over smokey-blue cabinet finish.
A mini production line in our studio.
Painted copper counter top.
Painted faux travertine top on this dining room sideboard
Slights speckle finish.
We re-glazed these cabinets in a shear chestnut tone to shift the undesirable greenish hue to a more pleasant amber color.
Custom decorative detail added to cabinet panels.
We can re-paint that out dated oak!
We paint fireplace brick and mantels..
My interior has been refinished too-and I have a new leather writing surface!
Rusty crusty camouflage finish on this side table.
White crown molding and metal interior door have been transformed with a rich espresso glaze and finish.
Originally clear maple kitchen refreshed with a pretty navy blue and white painted finish.
Close-up of copper crackle.
Originally dark maple kitchen cabinets transformed into bright and light with a new creamy mocha glazed finish.
Copper crackled cabinet finish.
Hand painted dresser with brushed glaze finish and trimmed in multi-color decoration.
Hand painting and distressing techniques give this contemporary cabinet the illusion of history.
Chestnut glazing over cream on this cottage style cabinet.
Distressed painted finish on this new vanity.
Copperl leafed kitchen hood with aging patina.
Multi-color finish on crown mouldingd.
Pretty detail on this little chair.
A pretty pearly bronze fireplace finish .
Close-up of a crackle finish on this firplace.
Smokey blue cabinet finish.
We painted an Italian stencil design on these kitchen cabinets.
Under current of aqua peeking through hand rubbed finish.
Delicate Italianate decoration on these dresser drawers.
This one was fun to refinish.
Gray tones are a current popular trend for furniture and interior finishes.
Faux marble columns.