James has painted faux stone in many different varieties. Some look precision-cut, others with beveled edges, and others like river stones stacked to create a wall. The types of stone also vary -- from granite to slate, or sandstone to mossy, aged stones -- depending on what look and feel the client wants for a room.
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Faux stone and complementary faux finish on the walls.
Faux stone around doorways in a foyer --
Left is the finished look.
Right is "before."
Close-ups of one doorway, and "carved" letter C above the front entryway.
A master bathroom.
Only the walls around the bath and vanities were finished with the stone lines -- as focal points -- the other walls have the same faux finish, with no stone lines.
An entry way, with random stones "etched" with the words
Read, Pray, Listen, Laugh, Dream.
A faux stone foyer.
A faux river stone wall for a young boy's bedroom.
This stone "wall" has faux wood panels on the top half of the walls, plus a dinosaur mural (see the Murals page).
2004-2012 James E. Todd : Dances With Walls : Berea, Ohio