Decorative Art Services, Inc.
Artistic Solutions / Decorative Painting / Restoration
Conceptual Design   Murals    Faux Finishes    Textured Finishes    Painted Furniture and Cabinetry     Restoration
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This newly constructed built- in wardrobe was designed and painted to reflect the original architectual design motifs found in this original  circa 1864 victorian home in Chestnut Hill, PA.
The refrigerator unit was painted in a faux wood graining technique to simulate an exotic curly maple wood species and selected moldings were also painted black to highlight and enhance the design.  The painted refrigerator looks like a rich antique furniture estate piece.
 Painted on the wall for this newly restored 19th Century carriage house in the greater Philadelphia area is a inspired reproduction 1739 John Carwitham's decorative geometric floor design.  Carwitham was an18th Century English decorative artist who influenced the decor of early American homes.
The floor was painted for this beautiful circa 1760's farm house  inspired by a 19th century early American quilt design pattern known as the bear's paw or sawtooth design.   The client is an avid quilt collector.
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The dining room floor was painted for a country estate in Chadds Ford, PA.  The concept was inspired by a painted floor in a antique show room in Nantucket, MA. near where the home owners  reside in the summer.  The painted squares are uniquely different and originally painted by Robert Dionne.
Before we begin decorative painting the  mausoleum blank wall.
After the blank wall in the mausolium received the decorative painted treatment.  This provides a more warm and comforting appearence for burial ceremony services and visitors.
A newly constructed jelly cup board was painted to replicate an early 19th century Lancaster Pennsylvania antique cup board.