I recently had the pleasure of hanging another set of paintings by local Asheville artist Andrea Casetta. These paintings were hung in the old Chrysler building in downtown Asheville. This building was originally made up of three floors where the newly made cars were built and stored, with the showroom on the first floor. The paintings on this floor show the cars being manufactured, while the previous series of paintings showed the cars on the showroom floor.
As you can see from the before-and-after photos below, they once again brightened up the room and gave it a much needed dimension and interest.
You can find more information about Andrea's work at her Facebook page.
(Click to enlarge any of the pictures.)
I recently finished a gorgeous new project for one of my favorite clients: installing a new wooden vanity counter in the master bathroom of her mountain cabin. Photos don't do this project justice, but since you can't see it in person, here goes...
(Click on any picture to zoom in and read about it.)
And for those of you who use Pinterest, here's the big "before and after" shot:
This isn't the final stage; my client plans to add a granite backsplash in place of the white tile. (You can see the gray sample stuck to the wall on the right.) I'm looking forward to seeing the final version; I think it's really going to look good with the rustic vibe of the room.