Wednesday, May 26, 2010

The Magic Brush





One of my favorite places to visit in the blogosphere is The Magic Brush, Inc. where the incredibly talented (and always hilarious) Jennifer showcases her gift for faux finishing. She's a true genius with a paint brush. Case in point: this gorgeous turquoise island. Both Jennifer and Kierra (the owner) say it's even more beautiful in person. Seriously?! I am really digging that wallcolor too, I'm obsessed with reddish orange right now. Like me, Jennifer loves turquoise and uses it for a lot of projects...her studio is even painted one of my favorite colors, Waterfall by Benjamin Moore. To see more of this island, and all of her other amazing projects, head here!

14 comments:

Tonia of Chic Modern Vintage said...

I love the splattered gold on the doors, fabulous island.

Renee said...

There it is! In all it's glory. LOVE IT! I've only seen the close up photo up till now, thank you!

Kelle Dame said...

I am in love with this island! On my way over to The Magic Brush!Thanks for sharing

Ludmila {CreamyLife.com} said...

oh wow, pretty nice looking island! this entire space seems a French country kitchen, which I think sounds great! xo

mustang said...

Just goes to show ya that turquoise makes every project better. I'm with you on the reddish orange obsession - Persimmon. A wonderful color to pair with turq. Still trying to decide what to paint my front door - and persimmon just migt be it.

Morning T said...

You're the best at sharing the blog love Erin. I've found so many wonderful blogs thanks to you!
Hugs~
T

Marcus Design said...

Love it! And your right, she is a genius with a paint brush! I really love the finish on this island.
Nancy

Magic Brush said...

FLATTERED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you so much for this post!!!! I was stunned when I saw it! Bless you!

Laura said...

I absolutely LOVE this island. I am moving to Phoenix and I am decorating a VERY small space (400-500 SF) in turquoise, robin's egg and other similar shades. I love the sort of patina on this island. It gives me ideas for creating a nice centerpiece or a dresser.

Laura

ashlina {the decorista} said...

wow thats gorgeous. love the color + the vintage-y look. thanks for the introduction!

ps. having a giveaway on my blog for a zebra rug..would look great with tur-kwaz! heehee
come by and enter
:)

Katie said...

Oh my, that's beautiful!!

Janell @ Isabella and Max said...

I am going to have to check out this blog, this island is incredible.
Janell

Anonymous said...

I love that island, but could do without the granite, too cold and modern.

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