Friday, March 30, 2012

Customer's "Anne" Transformation

We love it when you guys send us your "Before and Afters"!  
Here Cindy Gordon has a stylish Malm transformation using 6"x29" Annes and some always classic and stylish ring pulls (an easy way to upgrade the look of the Malm)...
In process...

We also discovered Cindy is a Wardrobe Therapist, love it!  
Be sure to check out her site and blog for some great advice!

"Fiona" has her television debut

Our "Fiona" panels are feeling a little full of themselves these days ever since they were featured on Steven & Chris.  The guys did an amazing job transforming a Malm dresser in their 
"Good, Better, Best" Segment. 
 Check out the before and afters:

Also, did you know you can get the look of Horchow's Infinity Scroll chest for a fraction of the price with Fiona?


Wednesday, March 21, 2012


I love when you guys send us your before and afters, and this one is great!

Samantha H. From Utah contacted us looking to have some custom panels made
 for her office cabinet doors:
(So envious of her fantastic built-ins and all that storage!!!)
We played around with a few designs and decided on "Grace".
We plumped her up a bit to give the doors some oomph, and viola!....

Her built-ins look even more amazing!
Thanks so much for sharing your project with us Samantha, we love your office!

If you have a before and after you'd like to share, or need a custom quote please email:

Thursday, March 1, 2012

O'verlays on the Window

This is a custom design we did for a large plate glass window.

 Before, a big square.

The window happened to be perfectly square, so we made 4 panels that would connect to each other to create the "framed" pattern...
The panels were held in place with clear silicone adhesive.
The silicone works great because it remains flexible and you can easily remove the O'verlay if you ever wanted to. (Think super spring window cleaning.) The silicone can be scraped or peeled off the glass or O'verlay.
 They went up in less than 20 minutes, 
and scotch tape was used to keep them in place until they completely dried.

 Here is a glimpse from the outside.  
You can see the dabs of silicone used.  Not a big deal if it was on a higher level or not as trafficked an area.  To hide them a second set of panels will be added to the outside glass to mimic true divided light windows.  Since they are going outside we recommend painting with White Krylon Fusion first. 

 Unfortunately weather wasn't permitting for that, 
but spring and warmer days are right around the corner.