Gave him a difficult job and it was done beautifully. My mahogany front doors were very badly sun burnt. He educated us on the problem and then meticulously refinished them and they look brand new. My picky husband was even impressed. I was so pleased with his work I asked him to touch up my kitchen cabinets and they too have new life and look like they are new. I got some hardware and he hung them too. I am going to give him my antique cedar chest next and I would not give that to just anyone! He knows the history of that family heirloom and promised me a fabulous job. Based upon his work so far I know he will deliver. Also he is a fun guy to talk with and very reasonably priced for the job you get in return. Do not hesitate to call him.
It was a wonder experience. Very neat. Very articulate. Communicates throughout the process. Keeps you informed. Asks for input. Keeps you informed. And another thing I really appreciated is we showed him some colors and showed us how dark it was going to be — and suggested a lighter color in the same color family. And we absolutely loved it. He pained our house eight or nine years ago and we called him back.
I have used anthony decorators on two of of my homes he is a great painter, jules his interior decorator is amazing and so talented. She is easy to work with and really listens to your needs, because of this she turns rooms into masterpeices utilizing a lot of the existing furniture, together they are a unbeatable combination and play of each other with ideas very well, i would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a high quality job at affordable prices.
Tony, the Anthony of Anthony Decorators, is an artist. Lots of painters can put paint on your house, but Tony’s sense of color and style made our home a masterpiece. We had lived with white stucco for 20 years and were afraid to chose a color. He called it “white fatigue” and sent us out to look at houses that were the same style as our architecture. We looked at house and came back to talk to Tony more than once. When we were ready to commit to a stucco color, the prep work began. A paint job is only as good as the prep work, and Tony and his helper Herm scrapped and sanded until it was time to start applying the paint. Tony had such great ideas — the pitted old gutters, which had been white are now a custom color of terra cotta. They match the tile roof and “disappear”. There were three different combinations of trim colors we considered. Tony put all three combinations up for us to look at and then gave us his opi