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 An Estate Home In Farmington Country Club, Albermarle County, Virginia Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Residential Painting Projects

An Estate Home In Farmington Country Club, Albermarle County, Virginia

Estate Home Farmington Country Club Estate Home Farmington Country Club

This house in Farmington Country Club was originally painted over 8 years ago.

The front entrance of the estate home in Farmington Country Club. This is one of our repeat customers. Our repeat customers are the life’s blood of Beams’ Painting.

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Posted by jlajax on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 @ 15:28:10 EDT(7031 reads)


 Mantel Preservation at Frederick’s Hall outside of Mineral, Virginia Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

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Mantel Preservation at Frederick’s Hall outside of Mineral, Virginia
 

Recently it was our great pleasure to discover original composition ornamentation by Robert Wellford one of the foremost artists in the field. Robert Wellford performed most of his craft in Philadelphia Pennsylvania between 1780 and 1820. To our left we see the chemical strip process has been performed on our mantel. Marine stripper and small wire brushes have been used to complete this process. Over 50 hours have been spent so far in the process to ensure preservation of the original work. In the center inmage we can see the finished xCupidx panel.

Recently it was our great pleasure to discover original composition ornamentation by Robert Wellford one of the foremost artists in the field. Robert Wellford performed most of his craft in Philadelphia Pennsylvania between 1780 and 1820.

To our left we see the chemical strip process has been performed on our mantel. Marine stripper and small wire brushes have been used to complete this process. Over 50 hours have been spent so far in the process to ensure preservation of the original work.

In the center inmage we can see the finished “Cupid” panel.

Above we can see an overall view of the finished mantel. Over 120 man-hours went into restoring this valuable piece of American Ornamentation Art History.

 

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Historic Property Preservation Specialists


Posted by jlajax on Sunday, August 24, 2008 @ 01:50:00 EDT(8968 reads)


 Renovations Charlottesville, Ruckersville, Stanardsville, Virginia Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

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Here we see the plaster remains over the brick mantle of the side of the chimney in the second room. Here we can see the panted room ready for installation of the electrical fixtures and baseboards. Here we see the back room completely done. Note how the exposed chimney and vaulted ceilings have transformed a gloomy room into an airy, welcoming space.

Here we see the plaster remains over the brick mantle of the side of the chimney in the second room.

Here we can see the panted room ready for installation of the electrical fixtures and baseboards.

Here we see the back room completely done. Note how the exposed chimney and vaulted ceilings have transformed a gloomy room into an airy, welcoming space.

Farmhouse Renovation in Stanardsville, Virginia

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Posted by jlajax on Thursday, August 07, 2008 @ 02:00:00 EDT(4767 reads)


 Farmhouse Renovation Stanardsville, Virginia Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

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Here we see a historic farm house in Stanardsville, Virginia. In the two upstairs rooms the plaster is completely deteriorated. Here is a view of the fireplace and mantle in the main room in the condition we found it in. Here we see the front room chimney side with the old wall frame still in place. Here we see the painted front room. Now for the clean up and finish carpentry.

Here we see a historic farm house in Stanardsville, Virginia. In the two upstairs rooms the plaster is completely deteriorated. Here is a view of the fireplace and mantle in the front room in the condition we found it in. Note the closet on the left and the doorway on the right.

Here we see the front room chimney side with the old wall frame, doorway and closet still in place.

Here we see the painted front room. Now for the clean up and finish carpentry. Note the closet is gone and the doorway is now in its place.

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Posted by jlajax on Wednesday, July 30, 2008 @ 13:28:56 EDT(17749 reads)


 Period Authentic Wallpaper Application Specialist Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Property RestorationBeamsPainting writes:  
Slaves Quaters Restoration

Conversion of Slave Quarters Room

This fall we applied a fresh coat of paint to the dependencies at Highland. In addition, we are currently giving a new look to the southern room of the Slave Quarters building. Although household slaves lived in the three rooms of the Slave Quarters during Monroe's early years here, the building was later converted to guest quarters. By our converting one room to a guest room visitors can see a view of the building in both of its uses. We have applied period authentic wallpaper which was a real challenge to find. You won't find this wallpaper at your local supply store.

Period Authentic Wallpaper Application to the Slave Quarters at Ash Lawn-Highland outside of Charlottesville, Virginia.
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Wallpaper Removed, Applied, Licensed, Bonded, Insured


Posted by jlajax on Wednesday, March 19, 2008 @ 03:35:15 EDT(6251 reads)




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