Trompe L'oeil

Much of trompe l’oeil painting relies on mastery of faux finishing. 
Designers, architects and home-owners with a love of realism and traditional painting can expect unparalleled work from us in this genre. Quintessential examples of our work in this area are of sky seen through glass conservatory mullions, and industrial freight elevator doors painted on a flat wall. Our "fool the eye" painting entertains, delights and amazes.
Trompe L'oeil Project Gallery:

Trompe L'oeil freight elevator doors painted on a flat wall is a wow-factor at APC Services headquarters, drawing connections to the company's industrial roots. Topsfield, MA


 "Fool the Eye" Painting on Flat Panel of Thomas Kincaid Inspired Landscape Seen Through a Glass-Paned Door.

Our Northern Lights Wall Finish can be seen in the Decorative Paint Finish Page. 

Hudson River School Inspired landscape appears through a trompe l'oeil garden wall wrought iron gate.


A mural painting of a late-afternoon sky is seen through the trompe l'oeil lead mullions.  


A striped canopy tent ceiling with gold fringe painted on a flat ceiling creates drama for a restaurant banquette, Stoddard's Fine Food and Ale, Boston, MA


Trompe l'oeil painted rivets complete the illusion of a collage of sheets of various metals welded into a city-scape. The image is entirely painted onto a flat wall.


 A trompe l'oeil painting utilizing faux marble, faux bois and a Hudson River School inspired sky mural creates an illusion of a palace interior.


A canopy tent ceiling is painted on a flat ceiling and striped tent flaps are drawn open to reveal a pastoral landscape mural beyond.