Modern Masters in the News!

We love seeing gorgeous projects with our Modern Masters products and it’s been exciting to see them pop up in the media as well! We’ve spied three recent projects in the press and thought that you might like to know a little about them as well – maybe they’ll even inspire the next update in your home!

Painted wood floor is protected with Modern Masters Dead Flat Varnish | Project by Decorative Artist Shannon Kaye and featured in Elle Decor | Designer: Rita Konig

We’ve been a fan of artist Shannon Kaye for a while and love seeing her artistry with our product lines. She recently wrote about a fantastic project featured in the April 2016 issue of Elle Decor. It’s an eclectic North California home and it was designed by the incredible Rita Konig. Shannon wrote a follow-up on her blog on the project and how she used our Dead Flat Varnish over her work to protect the painted harlequin floor.

Modern Masters Metallic Paints help create a faux inlay furniture dresser | Project featured in This Old House

Want to dress up a dresser? Look no further than This Old House! They shared a video and step-by-step instructions on how to stencil a faux inlay on a plain dresser using the Indian Inlay Furniture Stencil Kit by Cutting Edge Stencils and our Metallic Paint Collection in the colors Venetian Blue and Snowflake! Pick up the April 2016 issue for so much more on this transformation for their #DIYDARE Challenge!

Modern Masters Metallic Plaster Wall Treatment by artist Caroline Lizarraga and featured in Rue Magazine | Interior Design by Elena Calabrese

The talented decorative artist Caroline Lizarraga uses our products in ever more innovative ways and we love sharing her artistry. Rue Magazine recently featured her ethereal Metallic Plaster wall finish in a luxurious dining room in Napa Valley. The home’s interiors were designed by Elena Calabrese who collaborated with Caroline to create the one-of-a-kind treatment, while maintaining her design vision of creating layers of ‘luxe materials with earthy, organic elements for balanced look’. Mission accomplished!

What do you think of these projects? Let us know in the comments below! Stay tuned because we have more beautiful projects coming up soon, including a restaurant re-do for Restaurant Impossible. Stay creative!