Balcony Border Painting
Wood Carving Ornamental Trompe-l'il

Adorning balcony border with decorative paintings to recreate the decorative patterns and transform the facade into a visually stunning art décor.

Balcony for decoration with oil painting of flower ornamentals.
This decorative art of balcony border is a painting of wood faux finish, a trompe l'oeil wood carving and an ornamental art decor, design for home facade decoration. Restoring the heritage and antiquity of art is beauty and redecorating the impression is enhancing and preserving its rareness and recreate its new level of design. My rendition in this balcony border makes me an opportunity to improve the imaginative possible solution and fulfill its extravagance art decor and classic vintage appearance.

Creating the design derives from the wood carvings and the ornamental decoration of the doors, the aprom gives it best rythmic accent, laid out in fractal pattern and adorn with floral decorative designs.

Replicating the antique color of wood such as orange, brown and grays gives its best impression. An application of faux finishing technique of

Balcony for decoration with sheet metal border.

Balcony for decoration with
sheet metal border.
Home Facade design decoration with balcony border adorned with wood faux finish, trompel'oeil wood carving and ornament decor - Montreal.

Home facade design decoration with balcony border adorned with wood faux finish, trompel'oeil wood carving and ornament decor.

wood graining gives an immediate transformation of the sheet metal to a wood and over painted it with the pattern design. For exterior painting an oil anti-rust paint of gloss and a several coating of varnish will stand the test of weather.

Decorative Art

The decorative arts is a traditional term for a number of arts and crafts for the making of ornamental and functional works in a great range of materials including ceramic, wood, glass, metal, textiles and many others.

The field includes ceramics, glassware, furniture, furnishings, interior design, but not usually architecture. The decorative arts are often categorized in opposition to the "fine arts", namely, painting, drawing, photography, and large-scale sculpture, which generally have no function other than to be looked at.

Some distinguish between decorative and fine art based on functionality, intended purpose, importance, status as a unique creation, or single-artist production. Decorative arts, or furnishings, may be fixed (for example, wallpaper), or moveable (for example, lamps). Applied art includes the decorative arts but also graphic design and other categories, such as industrial design, which may overlap with decorative art. In general the term "decorative arts" is not much used of contemporary work, which tends to be called design instead. In art history the term minor arts is often used for the decorative arts.

Ornament (architecture)

In architecture and decorative art, ornament is a decoration used to embellish parts of a building or object.

Ornamental Design Decor - Wood Carving Faux Finish Painting

Ornamental Design Decor - Wood Carving Faux Finish Painting
Architectural ornament can be carved from stone, wood or precious metals, formed with plaster or clay, or impressed onto a surface as applied ornament; in other applied arts the main material of the object, or a different one may be used. A wide variety of decorative styles and motifs have been developed for architecture and the applied arts, including pottery, furniture, metalwork. In textiles, wallpaper and other objects where the decoration may be the main justification for its existence, the terms pattern or design are more likely to be used.

In a 1941 essay, the architectural historian Sir John Summerson called it "surface modulation". Decoration and ornament has been evident in civilizations since the beginning of recorded history, ranging from Ancient Egyptian architecture to the apparent lack of ornament of 20th century Modernist architecture.