The Evolution of a Mural!

Hi Friends! I hope that you are having a wonderful week!  I have had so much fun seeing this mural evolve daily I thought you might enjoy as well!! The art of the mural is still going strong in today's interiors!!  Something incredible about murals is that unlike a canvas painting which may take months to complete, these art pieces many times have to be mastered in a week! Day 1: This mural is in  a wine room for a project we are working on with Designer Trisha McGaw and Allan Edwards ...

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What’s Segreto Been Up To?!

Hello My Blog Friends!  I hope you have all had a wonderful week! I wanted to catch you up on some projects that I have been working on! This home is truly one of my favorites!  And good news!  The sweet homeowner has allowed me to professionally photograph the entire home! So.. I am just go to show you a few of my quick snaps to get you as excited as me to see the whole home when shot by an expert.  This house was very traditional to start!  By plastering, refinishing the floors in a ...

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Midland, Texas, Here I Come! (Plus a Giveaway!!!)

I recently had the chance to visit Midland, Texas, for the first time! My thoughts were oil rigs and tumbleweeds!! What I found was a charming town with friendly people and a taste of West Texas culture!! Flying there because it's about an 8-hour drive from Houston, I snapped a few pics from the plane to show you just how flat Midland is... and boy, is it ever!!! There were also oil wells everywhere, which made Midland live up to its rap as an oil boomtown. Source By 1950, 215 oil ...

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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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