TRANSITIONAL WOODLANDS RESIDENCE
Local interior designer, Beth Lindsey, asked us at Anything But Plain to create unique finishes for 2 rooms in this newly renovated Carlton Woods home, done by Clyde Curry with Niagara Construction. By projects end, we had created a finish on every wall, ceiling, and cabinet in the entire home. The color palette was inspired by the homeowner's favorite abstract painting and the fabrics that Beth Lindsey chose to go in each room. Using the entire house as a blank canvas, our artists had the freedom to create uniquely handcrafted finishes for the client who loved color. Knowing that they were in good hands with Beth Lindsey and Anything But Plain, the clients had peace of mind and were able to enjoy quite a few European vacations during the renovation. When they returned, they were overwhelmed with joy and excitement for their new home. Everything exceeded their expectations. The clients have been singing Beth’s praises ever since.
Pearl Fresco, a metallic plaster, adorns the walls of this guest bedroom. Overlayed with a vertical line design, a sense of height in the room was achieved, drawing the eye upward.
The dining room's walls and ceiling received a custom diamond plaster finish. which worked as a great soft neutral backdrop and brought light to the interior space. Coupled with an absolutely stunning hand-painted ceiling created in metallic silver and highly saturated navy blue, along with silver leafed crown molding, this ceiling brought even more glamour to this already striking room.
A more feminine feel is found in this powder bathroom. Pearl Fresco, metallic plaster was used as a base, followed by stunning gold foil gingko leaf designs which were applied randomly to the walls. Gold detailing was applied to the cabinets and the ceiling and trim received a metallic gold finish.