The kitchen at Laurel Ridge Bed and Breakfast in Chatham County North Carolina has been painted and decorated by me with a theme of wildflowers on the walls and on the cabinets. First I faux finished the walls and cabinets in a pale blue/aqua ragged finish. Then I painted flowers on the walls, above the tiles, on the cabinets and along the baseboards. There are also some bugs and butterflies that the guests have fun discovering. There's a ceramic sculpture by Joyce Bryan of Stone Crow Pottery in one corner, with a "faux" garden behind him.
I've just painted a pair of tables for Laurel Ridge Bed and Breakfast in Chatham County, North Carolina, where I live, too. They are octagon shaped tables to go in front of their sofa. The bases are marbelized and the tops have a parchment finish with flowers painted on top. The flowers are painted in colors that coordinate with the fabrics and the lovely oriental rug.