Faux Stone Painting
Egan’s Church Restorations were chosen from a number of bidders for the interior renovation of St. John’s historic church (1890) because of our liturgical designs and past history of exceptional quality work. Our liturgical designer developed a number of design changes for the building committee to choose from to help highlight the architectural features of the building and offer a “prayerful” feeling.
A “faux stone” finish in light tan shades were added to all the upper and lower walls to break up the “plainness” of the walls. We then added a light blue “rag roll” finish for the ceiling to add a little contrast and simulate a “sky’ effect. Gold paint highlights were added to the ceiling ribs to offer a little contrast.
Before: Plain columns After: New plaster capitols & faux marble.