This is probably one of my favorite murals I've
ever done. I love the colors of the surf boards and how they look like they are stuck in the sand, I love the shimmering
blue of the iridescent sky, and the custom tiki hut awning over the window. And to top it off, I loved
how little Conner couldn't wait to drag everyone to his room to see it!
This seaside view was painted in a young boy's room. Something similar would
also work for the sun room, playroom, wall of the garage, teen room........etc
Welcome to the KBB Construction Play Zone!
Silhouettes are always striking murals........palms or dolphins @ sunset,
couples walking into the sunset etc..........
The "Teen Space" below is at the Groves Public Library.
Neon Green with black lettering and a pair of summer flip-flops set this section off from the rest of the library.
This striking, three dimensional mural sets an Italian atmosphere in this Bridge
City dining room.
Look for the electrical outlet and you
will then be able to see the "real" size of this mural.
This beautiful Roman mural makes this a guest room to remember!
A field of sunflowers painted in hues of blue and orange make this dining room
wall bright and cheery!
The Old Town Mural below is in the State Farm office in Nederland.
It is difficult to photograph due to the angle of the room but it is truly unique!
The details in this mural make it something to sit and stare at!
Columns and grapes add character to this bay window view.
have to spend time there...................why not make it cute?!
A flower garden ............ peaceful and full of beauty.
For a nursery, guest room, sewing room, sun room........etc
Doesn't he just make you want to smile??
Nurseries and Children's Rooms are so much fun to do!
It's the airbrushed fairy dust trail that make this Tinkerbell room so unique!
Here's a "Broken Wall" view of the ocean over a garden tub.
This Paris Street scene is the perfect backdrop for the dining room table.
We turned this hallway into a "Walk Through the Meadows"
This was the first mural I ever painted.
It was a gift for my sister and after that I was offically hooked!
I "opened up" this hallway with an arched window looking out into the countryside.