Decorative Employee Workshops

Decorative Employee Workshops..

From time to time our staff get together for decorative workshops where they get the opportunity to learn and explore new techniques, to apply multiple products to achieve a custom new finish, the chance to play with products they may not get exposure to daily, and time to share ideas with each other.


By holding regular workshops this keeps our staff up to date with the latest decorative trends and allows them to become familiar with new products being released.


During this time we encourage everyone to mix products together to see how they blend, layer, and set using different tools to achieve different affects.


Some of the samples staff created at our last workshop.



Exterior Timber & Decks

With summer almost over now is the time to consider that necessary maintenance to bring your exterior timber back to life. Regular maintenance is important to extend the life of your existing timber, especially in the harsh climate we live in and to keep it looking fresh and new.


Timber that has been left untreated will suffer from various issues that include not only fading, but also splintering, some can even rot. Most of these issues can be solved if they are treated in time.


If your exterior timber needs maintenance, finishing, sanding, cleaning, or re-coating contact us for a free non-obligation quote now.


Coffee Shop Elegance

Formerly the historic Myer building on the corner of Old Cleveland Rd and Cavendish Rd, Coorparoo Square has been transformed into Brisbane’s newest transport orientated development. Kivahan – Experience Coffee has been added to this new development and we had the privilege to add elegance to an already beautiful shop.

Kivahan was named after the world’s first coffee shop that opened in Constantinople (Istanbul), in Turkey in 1475. Kivahan also has an established shop located at the Gasworks Plaza, Newstead.

Given the history behind the name of Kivahan applying Fresco to create a sophisticated and elegant rustic look to the main walls was the perfect choice for this little coffee shop.

Using Porter’s Fresco, also known as polished plaster, the technique and application are difficult, but definitely have a result that is worth the effort.

The colour Fresco used for this project was a custom colour – 1/2 Agra, requiring 2 coats for the ultimate finish. The product is applied with a trowel for the two coats, and the technique is similar to the application of concrete render.

We are extremely happy with the final result of this project and hope the staff enjoy working in this beautifully presented shop.