New Trellis and Gate Transformation
The trellis and gate were built out of un- patinaed, raw wood. It was all pretty alarming as the blond, new wood abutted the old, beautifully distressed wood. I matched my custom stain and glazes to the existent wood, recreating the beauty of age, setting them back into the foliage and making an inviting, old world space again.
Powder Room Gold Starburst with a Skew
Another delightful project with the talented JoAnn Hartley Interiors and new client Fiona Dorst of La Belle Fifi Corte Madera.
Fiona has a lingerie boutique where she serves bourbon and champagne to the clientele as they shop. She is quite the personality with wit and a rich laugh. So when she asked me to paint something ‘borderline obnoxious’ I was on board immediately.
Here it is! A fun, sophisticated take on a well loved, classic treatment – black, champagne and gold
A Child’s Playroom
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Faux definition, artificial or imitation; fake: a brooch with faux pearls. See more.
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Faux means fake, or imitation. If you love the look of diamonds but can’t afford one, get a faux diamond ring. Faux is a French word that has crept into our lexicon, because faux in French means “fake.” Now if we have the words fake, imitation, and false (all of which are good synonyms), why use faux? For fashion, dahling.
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Synonyms for FAUX: synthetic, fake, simulated, artificial, imitation, dummy, mock, false; Antonyms of FAUX: real, genuine, natural, authentic, legitimate, true, bona fide, pure Merriam-Webster Logo Menu Toggle
Question: FAUX | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary
faux meaning: 1. not real, but made to look or seem real: 2. not real, but made to look or seem real: . Learn more.
Question: FAUX | English meaning – Cambridge Dictionary
faux definition: 1. not real, but made to look or seem real: 2. not real, but made to look or seem real: . Learn more.
Question: How to pronounce FAUX in English – Cambridge
faux. uk. / fəʊ/. How to pronounce faux adjective in British English. us. / foʊ/. How to pronounce faux adjective in American English. (English pronunciations of faux from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus and from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary, both sources © Cambridge University Press)