The white trim on this Larkspur vacation home has been scraped, sanded, primed and repainted, giving it a fresh new look.
For this completely-remodeled Los Altos Hills home, all the wood trim was bleached and stained to achieve the designer’s color choice.
This gorgeous Los Altos Hills mansion took approximately 2 months of work to complete all the fine details. All surfaces were painted three times.
Back view of the same Los Altos Hills home.
This gorgeous Woodside home took us close to 5 weeks to restore. The shingles were peeling, and the windows needed a lot of scraping and sanding. It was worth the effort, owner is very happy with the results.
This Daly City home, last painted 20 years ago, underwent a complete transformation of color after thorough priming of surfaces. The owner is very happy with the result!
House with original dark stained trimboards, was brought up to date with an attractive light trim color after extensive preparation and caulking, primer and finish coat.
This Daly City house was painted prior to selling – but not your average pre-sale paint job. The new owner won’t need to worry about repainting for years!
This San Francisco home was badly weathered with peeling paint – we removed the flaking paint, filled all the cracks, gave it a coat of the proper primer for stucco and topped it off with a fresh coat of paint. The house is now one of the jewels of the neighborhood!
Portola Valley mansion built one year before needed attention. Sadly, the builder didn’t use the proper materials to preserve the redwood siding. We stripped off the old sealer, applied Cabot’s Wood Brightener to restore the redwood, then coated all surfaces with Penofin Verde Rosewood oil.
The stucco on this home was peeling extensively. We removed the loose paint, feathered the remaining paint edges preventing a patch-like effect. Cracks were patched before applying primer to all the stucco. With a final coat of fresh paint, the house looks like new!
This Redwood City home needed a lot of TLC. The paint was flaking off the siding. After extensive scraping and sanding, we’ve caulked all the joints, primed all the wood siding and applied two coats of low-luster paint. The results are spectacular.
Before: San Carlos home built in the late 1980’s, had the original builders paint job. The paint deteriorated badly on the weathered side and the stucco color was visible.
After: The same San Carlos house as on the left, but now repaired and painted. After pressure washing all the stucco, cracks were filled, all wood and stucco primed, then painted.
Before: San Francisco Victorian house dating to 1908. The owner wanted to preserve all the original wood. Obviously this house needed a lot of work.
After: We stripped the wood siding completely and sanded each individual board. After caulking, applied two coats of primer and two finish coats. Nearly 100 years after this house was built, it looks as new now.
Before: This IPE hardwood deck had several coats of semi-transparent stain over the years and had been recently coated with Penofin Rosewood Oil. To get the wood back to its original state, we stripped the deck completely with Cabot Wood Stripper, then applied Cabot Wood Brightener.
After: Same deck as on the left, after a coat of Penofin Rosewood Oil hardwood formula was applied to the boards. It looks as good as new! This picture was taken immediately after the oil was applied, hence the shine. Since then the deck has dried to a lovely matte finish.
Before: We initially painted this San Francisco house in 2001, and after 10 years in the San Francisco weather, which is an impressively long time in those conditions, it was in need of a maintenance coat.
After: The shutters were removed to be properly sanded, primed and repainted. The completed house looks good as new!
Dining room with feature high ceiling was enhanced by using strong colors on the feature end wall. We cleaned the surfaces, applied a coat of primer and two coats of the finishing color.
The oak kitchen cabinets were completely refinished by stripping existing stain on both sides of the doors. A new coat of stain was applied topped by three coats of laquer.
This Menlo Park home living had lot of cracks. We filled and resurfaced all the walls, then applied the original style of texture prior to coating it with primer and two coats of finishing paint.
Part of the historic Berkeley frat house of which we completely repainted all three stories, including furniture quality finishing of these custom built wood cabinets.
The family room in this Atherton home was in sad shape. The vaulted ceilings had a lot of cracks, with two built-in-mirrors above the fireplace. All cracks were repaired and mirrors removed. We primed and painted the ceiling and all the walls, then the beams got the same treatment. The bolts were highlighted with high gloss black paint. Awesome look!
The Atherton family room underwent a major facelift. It had been painted with a boring beige color. We highlighted all trims with Benjamin Moore high gloss SuperWhite. We painted all the ceiling panes and walls with a warm gray color. Cabinets were painted with high gloss gray, a darker version of the wall color.
The same Atherton family room from a different angle. This picture truly depicts the dramatic contrast of the high gloss white and the warm grey.
A young girl’s dream came true when we painted her “rainbow” room using five different colors.
This home in San Jose has high ceilings which had not been been decorated since the original builder’s paint job in the 1990s. After a primer coat and two coats of the rich burgundy red, the wall just glows with warmth!