If Walls Could Talk, This Beautiful Decorative Finish Would Be the Talk ofthe Town
Certainly this technique is by far one of Interior Decorators and homeowners’ favorite decorative finish. The results are absolutely stunning and it’s especially beautiful on ceilings. For this reason, so many professional decorators and faux finishers rave about LusterStone decorative finish.
October 20, 2018
Cheryl PhanLusterStone – The Perfect Decorative Finish
One of my FAVORITE things to do is creating bright and whimsical bedrooms for children with special needs. This entire room was transformed for Maya, a beautiful 15-year-old girl who suffers with Autism. Volunteers from my nonprofit organization, “Paint For Children” share their time and talent to give back to children with disabilities. Come see how we created this beautiful room in just two days.
August 12, 2018
Cheryl PhanLearn How To Transform A Little Girl’s Room in Two Days
This such an amazing technique. No two are ever alike.
You can create this on any flat surface. I did this on a plate charger that I bought in thrift store for 99 cents. I have also seen them in the Dollar Store. They also work well on framed canvas, lazy Susie’s and small table tops.
Wow! Can’t believe 2017 is over. It feels like it goes by in a blink of an eye. There were so many great memories made, goals accomplished and ups and downs along the way. But, I must admit it was a fabulous year. When I look back on all the furniture I painted, homes that were transformed, kids I made happy when they saw their room for the first time and clients who look in awe when I finished a job they commissioned me to do in their home, it makes all the work I did worth it.
I’m looking forward to the new challenges for 2018 and the what the new year will bring. I know God will guide and direct my life to for fill his purpose and the road he has designed for me.
After reflecting over the year, I want to share my top 10 Projects and Blog posts with you!
What little girl doesn’t like a garden filled with flowers and butterflies. This room was created for Meredith a little girl who spends most of her time indoors because she suffers from a rare disorder call Dravet syndrome (epilepsy).