|The warning would work better, if the gorgeous stone on their basement stairs didn't catch your eye. Don't feel bad. I lettered it, and I still hit it every so often.|
|Classic Marble is always in style.|
|Which part of this hundred year-old capital is molded plastic? Funny enough, all of it, except the part I hand sculpted in paper clay, to replace the broken curl (front left). Turns out, plastic debuted in the 1800's!|
|Wood medallions add textural detail you just can't get from wallpaper! Plaster medallions will work just as well, of course.|
|Can it get any more pampered than this?|
|Patches of burnt sienna glaze tie the wall color to the oak trim, and tone down the green, to create a masculine leather-like effect in this home office.|
|Spruce green, burnt sienna, and raw umber glaze over Benjamin Moore Lewiville Green. It's brushed on, woolied even, bagged fast, then stippled at just the right time. You never know what pattern will appear.|
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