Painting Davids House Painting David’s house in the country near Canberra got us away for a few days last year, as we painted both inside and outside. We stayed here and so experienced a tiny little bit of how farmers live. David’s dogs were beautiful, working cattle dogs of a breed called a Meramer that I had never seen before. David breeds Jersey Cows and we were lucky enough to see a calf shortly after its birth. Saw some good sunrises and sunsets as well and one day a fully red parrot flew in but flew away before I could get the camera ready.
Crimson Feature Wall Staircase Feature walls can take something nice and ordinary and turn it into something exotic and exciting. They don’t overwhelm you in colour as painting the whole room would, but just give a splash of colour that the light at different times of day can play with. I loved this combination of stained wood staircase with the tall crimson feature wall with frosted glass windows. It was in a house we painted at Ryde in 2010. While I had the camera out I also managed to get a snap of their Persian cat freshly shaved for the aussie summer heat.
Testimonial from David & Lorraine Jones for painting their house at Woy Woy My darling little house was due for a face lift inside. It was painted a dated mint green walls with white woodwork. Patrick did an amazing job on an old home opposite us and it looked a million dollars when finished. It took the team one week to do the inside of our house. Now it looks like two million dollars! Fabulous – you could not believe the transformation. Patrick helped me choose the colour – Faux Marble for the walls and Marzi for the timber, which is a little darker, but not much. It is amazing. So lovely and warm and rich. I can’t wait to show my friends and family. Thank you team for a lovely job. Lorraine