Medicine Hat AB Home Stylist Interior Decorator Painting Services Expanded

Medicine Hat, AB home stylist Deborah Warken has expanded her studio's interior painting services. The Medicine Hat AB color consultant and interior designer have added signature faux finishing, murals, and custom paintings to complement her current service offerings in and around the city.

Medicine Hat, Canada - June 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Medicine Hat, AB home stylist Deborah Warken announced the re-launch of her specialty home painting services which include murals, faux finishes, old world texturing techniques and original canvas artwork.

More information about Deborah Warken Home Stylist is available at http://deborahwarken.com

The Medicine Hat artist and home decorator’s interior painting services focus on creating tastefully coordinated interiors for homes that reflect a homeowner’s vision for the dwelling space. The re-launch of services includes several signature faux finishing techniques.

As an artist, Warken also specializes in custom murals as well as custom and original canvas wall hangings for new or existing interior walls. The Alberta based home interior decorator also creates bespoke faux finishes that complement existing window dressings and furnishings.

Other services include professional home staging by the addition of select elements of décor and rearrangements of existing furnishings that transform the aesthetic of a space. Warken offers staging services as part of a home renovation or in preparation for a home sale plus custom color coordination extending from wall colors to surface textures, furniture elements, fabrics and paints.

Warken appreciates and follows the work of well known Canadian interior designers Sarah Richardson, Amanda Forrest and Danielle Bryk among others.

“I am so excited to get back to offering my signature faux finishes and canvas paintings,” comments Warken, “it’s been nearly 20 years since I first started doing faux techniques in the city. My focus has been on other areas over the past few years so I’m really looking forward to this re-launch.”

Deborah Warken is an artist, color consultant and interior decorator serving homeowners in Medicine Hat, Alberta and surrounding area. Warken’s experience in color and décor coordination that create a fine balance of aesthetic characteristics have also been employed on projects in Toronto and Calgary. More information is available over the phone or by text at 403-952-9275 and at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Deborah Warken
Email: deborah@deborahwarken.com
Organization: Deborah Warken Home Stylist
Address: 1350-3rd Ave NE, Medicine Hat, Alberta T1A6A9, Canada
Phone: +1-403-952-9275

For more information, please visit http://deborahwarken.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 355001

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