It's no problem thanks to Glass Coating!



Why have art in your wet area or kitchen?  Because they have walls too!  Think of all the money you spend perfecting these spaces.  Kitchens and bathrooms are one of the main reasons why people won't buy a home ... so decorating it to it's best advantage is smart, but, you can't hang just any art.  Art for kitchens and wet areas has to be protected from heat, grease and moisture.  So, we Glass Coat them.









Nude Portrait of Kate Fischer

Client brief - Rob wanted something more glamorous for his bathroom in preparation for selling his Clayfield home.  With a penchant for nudes, his brief was to create a nude portrait of a young Kate Fischer and incorporate her into a scene that his young daughter wouldn't gape at.  Easy!

Our strategy - Inspiration always comes from the decor.  We created relevance with a charcoal on canvas portrait that we Glass Coated for protection and gloss effect.  We compiled a pine forest backdrop to create perspective and a fresh style for the bathroom.   

The outcome - Rob adores his portrait and later commissioned "True Love." 








Garden of Earthly Delights

Client brief - Helen had just renovated her kitchen, but there was a void above the cook top.  She asked us to help her design kitchen art that would add a design aspect to the space.  Helen liked the idea of straight lines and some squiggly bits, she wanted modern, simple and bringing more of the open plan living room's colours into the space. 

Our strategy - Artworks for kitchens must be Glass Coated for protection but it also makes artwork look like it has a marble finish. We measured her canvas to line up with the bench width from the front on view so that the cavity she stood in was the width of the canvas.  As always, attention is given to line direction and uniting design features like squiggly floral arrangements, into the artwork.  We added iridescence in a textured way with the white Atelier paint so that the Glass Coat would give it a stunning marble effect.  Seriously nice.

The outcome - Helen and all her friends and family loves her art. She feels very emotionally attached to it having helped design it herself. It's precious and now she's decided to do the formal lounge next. Happy to help Helen!