Are you a homeowner who wants to do something unique in their home? Do you want a textured look for your walls, ceilings, molding, etc., but don’t like the hassle of wallpaper? You should take a look at Faux Finishes by Something Creative. Owner Susan Kolesar is professionally certified in all of the techniques needed to make your home look fabulous.
Whatever look you’re going for – elegant, modern, timeless – she can do it! Just take a look at the galleries on her website. She’s done work on everything from walls to ceilings to range hoods. She loves new challenges and creative projects. So, if you have an idea, don’t hesitate to throw it her way.
Curious about how Susan operates? Something Creative was just featured in Faux Effects World international magazine! She recently completed a decorative finish in a wine cellar in North Dallas. The clients wanted something “old and layered”, so Susan formulated a finish that would provide an “organic cave-like feel”. They were thrilled with the results. You can see the feature here, including pictures of the wine cellar and other projects she’s completed.
Right now, Susan is located in located in Texas, but will be relocating her business to Wilmington, NC in June 2017. If you want to book her for a project or have questions about her services, you can do so now by giving her a call at 214-578-4346. You can also keep up-to-date with her current projects via her Facebook page.
“Susan is a very expert decorative painter with great attention to detail and a strong sense of design.”
Nicola Vigini, Director – Vigini Studios
San Antonio, Texas
Author of The Foreword of The Handbook of Painted Decoration by Yannick Guegan, student of the highly respected IPEDEC
(Institut Superieur de Peinture Decorative) – Paris, France
“Susan is a talented painter and finisher. She is dependable and very creative. I would hire her in a minute.”
Talk Show Host/Editor-in-Chief of Cre8tive Compass
“Professional, timely, and most of all, a true Artist with great skills!”
Owner of Twin Designs
Architecture & Planning
“Susan was a student in one of my Caromal Colours classes. The first thing I noticed about Susan was her diligent attention to details and how quickly she picked-up on the process. Susan was also very quick to add her own designs and ideas along with the Caromal Colour product line and this is something that makes a great artist and a delight to work with.
Thank you Susan for being such a great student.”
Owner of Artistry in Faux & 3rdeye Photography
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