Painted on a flat wood door in a walk in pantry this mural added the freshness of a forest garden to a windowless room.
John and Laura of the Solar Works company in Sebastopol, California wanted a mural to feature the sun. This mural is painted on all four walls and feels as though you are watching a sunrise.
” We don’t know what we want, we just want something Tuscan.” That was the seed idea for this piece. The horizon line in the mural actually continues in the real windows to the left.
This couple has traveled extensively. For their retirement they wanted to surround themselves with the romance of those experiences.
This couple made the big move to the city to be near their grandchildren. They left behind 30 years of life on a large cattle ranch in Shasta County. This piece helps them remember the great outdoors.
This client’s love of everything floral inspired this transformation.
This wine cellar has no windows for temperature control reasons. A trompe l’oeil window is a welcome enhancement.
This family wanted to subdue the TV set. A trompe l’oeil Asian garden was painted as back drop. The cabinet was painted and antiqued.
This couple wanted to wake up to a peaceful woodland scene at the foot of their bed.
A family’s dream to visit Provence, France inspired this image.
This family wanted a view to remind them of their homeland in India.