What’s Segreto Been Up To?

Hi, blog friends! I hope you're all having a great week! I really love sharing all the different projects we do, and this time they have been so varied!!! It's certainly proof of the power of paint!!! Before we get started I want you to know you are all invited to the Book Launch for Segreto Vignettes which will be at Back Row Home!!! I would love to celebrate with you all and...these Ladies and Gents sure know how to throw a party!! This is by far my favorite Segreto book to ...

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A Week with Segreto!

I hope everyone has had a great week! I am so happy to share a few pics of a house we did where I happened to be over while they were moving in furniture! I love seeing the transformation and thought you would, too! Best of all, it was so fun catching up with my friend Ohara Davies-Gaetano from California! She was the designer on the project and has been published in Veranda, so I knew it would be AMAZING!! She does look like a California beauty, doesn't she? Notice on the staircase we ...

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What Segreto Did Last Week!

It is really fun to go back and see what rooms we have worked on! This time, it is certainly a varied mix!!! We have really been working hard to come up with some unique and contemporary new finishes!! I am in love with how this one we tested in my media bath turned out. The dimensional, soft graphic we created with by combining metallics and plaster offers a to-die-for textural combination!!! Imagine all the color combos that could be created! This home was a sentimental one for ...

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What’s Cook’n at Segreto?!

Good morning to all my design-enthusiast friends!!  With the Houston building boom, we are working on so many new construction projects --  with so many unique and fun ideas! From the full wall of tile above the stove, to the decorative style of the back, right cabinets, to the custom-made pocket doors -- which Segreto finished to look reclaimed -- this kitchen, designed by Trisha McGaw, has winning bones. There is nothing prettier than painting a stencil over plaster.  In this ...

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