Abstract Art | Abstract Art by Rajan Seth | London
Rajan Seth is an Abstract artist from London, UK, known for his metallic and textured abstract works. He is inspired by the reflective nature of metallic colours, adding new dimensions to his art work and an interior space. His work is available in London, throughout the UK and in the USA.
Muros Wall Panels Blog Projects and Stories
Add style, spruce up your home or commercial space with our faux concrete, wood, stone, brick and 3D wall panels. Read about our stories and projects here.
Turn MDF Into Marble
Turn MDF Into Marble : Nothing says class like a bit of marble. Those Mediterranean stonemasons knew what they were doing with their big ol' pillars looking all fancy. But of course marble is heavy and expensive and so we must adapt.Here's a method of making some boring o…
The Total Package: Heather McDonald-Hulet Part Two
I've been to this house and I'm excited to see more of Heather's project. Let's pick-up where we left off. Where does this hallway lead to? Architectural Photographs The stunning Hearth Room Kitchen Heather used several Modellos in this project and not one to waste any materials, she used a leftover one above the fireplace: And this is the kitchen... Architectural Photographs I am a cabinet person and a patina person, and a stencil person so this whole kitchen sets my heart aflutter…
Amazing New Take on House Decoration 3D Wall Paintings
When I saw these pictures for the first time I’ve immediately thought at the amazing 3D chalk drawings done by Julian Beever ( see his works here ). What you can see in these pictures is a brilliant new take on house decoration, and I’m sure that that my readers would want to admire these […]
I have told y'all that I have been adding blue in the sun room. Well, while watching television the other day the cabinet that it is in told me to paint it again. Yes, my furniture talks to me and I tried to ignore it, but I am weak and caved. I didn't have any blue paint so I went to the local antique mall and bought two sample jars of ASCP in Louis Blue and Greek Blue. Here is what I did. Let's see. How many layers of paint do I have on here now? I'm not sure. I have lost count. But the…
How to Paint Walls to Look Like Brick - Sonya Hamilton Designs
This faux brick column now stands in the fellowship hall of Trinity Worship Center. Recently I told you about Painting a Concrete Wall to Look Like Stone. We decided the columns needed a bit of detail as well so we chose to paint them to resemble brick. This is not a difficult process it just takes a bit of time and patience. Before l-r Sherwin Williams Keystone Gray 7504, Macadamia 6142,
"Flaming" for Faux Marble
Flaming Technique of adding transparent flames or 'fringes' running across (generally) main veins and Breche. This technique is performed with a CHIQUETEUR
BHR-010 Big Pottery Hand Roller - Curlicue
SIZE: 12 cm long (4.72 inches) and 2.5 cm in diameter (1 inch) The BHR hand roller is made from natural wood and is deeply carved to make a beautiful imprint on clay. MKM hand rollers are beveled carved, this ensures the design releases easily and cleanly from the clay. The wood is finished with oil to create a long lasting very high quality hand tool that is intended for unlimited uses. The roller can be rolled by hand over the surface of a clay slab or rolled up the wall of a thrown pot…
Mixed media crumpled tissue technique - tutorial
As promised, a little tutorial on how I made my mixed media canvas (above) for last week's IAE challenge. 1. Take a sheet of tissue paper (a...
Temporary DIY Wall Treatment Ideas For Renters
So today we have gathered a small collection of Temporary DIY Wall Treatment Ideas For Renters. The walls should be the very first part of a room that can and should be changed to your taste, having the ability to transform the entire decor and really express that beautiful design scheme you have planned.
How to Paint Cinder Block to Look Like Brick | Hunker
Cinder blocks are used in construction because of their easy installation, durability and low cost. The appearance that the blocks provide, however, is very plain and utilitarian. One fairly easy way you can hide the cinder blocks' appearance is by faux painting them to look like a brick wall.