Custom home in Snell Isle, Northeast St. Pete

Here we performed some artistic contemporary allover stencils. The original idea was to do a texture or wallpaper, but, after a couple of visits with the homeowner, we agreed that a stencil would be a better choice in case it ever had to be removed to redecorate.




Here we repeated a single stencil all over the wall. We had to be extra careful to keep it leveled so it would be geometrically perfect. The hard task came when the stencil wouldn’t reach the edges and we had to freehand it (see pictures below). Not too much a problem for the professionals working for Attention to Detail Painting!

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Mr. Towne’s residence at Isle of Palms. Treasure Island, FL



 Mr. Towne had just moved in to his new residence on the water. His tasteful furniture fit right into the space, and during our consultation, we realized there was more we could do with his walls. We worked together in choosing not only the right colors, but also the proper technique to give the room the finishing touch in decor.

We crafted a color blend in three different depths. We started with a soft sage and brown background, and finished with an ochre glaze that brought warmth to the room. Mr. Towne was very happy with the outcome, and invites you to revitalize your space with Attention to Detail!

Little Lilly’s room at the Houston’s residence, Madeira Beach, FL


Before little Lily came around, this used to be Dave’s entertainment room. The decor was fine for the room’s theme, but it was time to give it a girly touch.


We first changed the base color to a soft lavender, followed by some freehanded lime green pinstripes and flowers. The last touch was to add some spirals with a pearly finish white to add a little more fun  to the room. As a finishing detail, we painted dotted lines in the other walls to make it look like a bee or a butterfly had been fluttering around the room. Little Lily was very happy when she came home to this surprise!! 

The trim had been left unpainted originally, but we decided to paint it with a semigloss white to better match the room’s new colors. We left the lining panels unpainted to give the room a little more depth, as well as to match the ceiling fan’s blades.

Stahl residence, key west victorian home circa early 1900’s. Key West, FL

First United Methodist Church, Key West, FL:

Here we performed some restoration work in the soffit’s wood, as well as on the window seams that were rotted and deteriorated from exposure to the elements. 

They look like brand new now!

Velasco residence, an ornately decorated, Keys style victorian house circa early 1900s

House located in the mile marker 0 of the USA, Key West Florida


Venetian plaster in a high end home in Marbella, Spain

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