You Can Feel and See the Difference
As the word “texture” is commonly used, it refers to something discernible with the sense of touch. Texture, however, is also something that can be seen. Raised and lowered areas on an otherwise flat surface create highlights and shadows, imbuing with unexpected complexity a simple surface painted all in one color.
Minnihan Painting has a large selection of both simple and complex textures that can be applied to finish a surface. They also have a team of artisans who have mastered the techniques required to create them.
“I worked with my faux painter, Paul Minnihan, to come up with this raw silk look. We couldn’t find a wall covering in the color we liked . . . so we made it up.”