FAUX BOIS: We can imitate all precious wood finishes, often most beautiful that the one we still find in Nature.

Coffe table before treatment.

 

Coffe table after treatment of faux Gnarl of elm, ivory inlays, Tortoiseshell marquetry and Gold stripes

 

Details of the same table seen above.

 

view of the coffee table in the left lower corner in the room. Decoration done by Michael Simon Interior Designer.

 

Elevator doors previously in stainless steel, become faux wood paneling with faux moldings. Faux limestone on the wall. Interior Designer: Mr Gilardino

 

Details of the faux wood and faux molding elevators doors. Interior Designer: Mr Gilardino

 

Faux wood and ageing painted texture on a fire place. Interior Designer: Mr Van Braxton Bohannon.

 

Faux drift wood finish look on basic kitchen cabinets.

 

Real wood bleached and waxed with pigment with the same XVIII century techniques used in Versailles. Interior Designer: Michael Simon Inc

 

Entire room with Real wood library, bleached and waxed with pigment with the same XVIII century techniques used in Versailles. Interior Designer: Michael Simon Inc

 

Marquetry of precious woods, Gnarl of Elm, Maple tree and smilty pear-tree. Interior Designer: Mr Passgrimaud

 

Marquetry of precious woods, Gnarl of Elm, Maple tree and smilty pear-tree. Interior Designer: Mr Passgrimaud

 

Marquetry of precious woods, Gnarl of Elm, Maple tree and smilty pear-tree. Interior Designer: Mr Passgrimaud