Kitchen Frescoes 6 PHOTOS

These Kitchen frescoes were created using the same technique used to create the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo. Fresco is the ancient art of painting into damp plaster with pure pigment. Dating back thousands of years they are durable, washable, strong, rare, unique & beautiful! The backsplash area of your kitchen is an ideal spot to feature a true fresco panel that can be installed permanently or simply hung over existing tile work.

Pompeii Inspired Backsplash

Backsplash fresco panel installed over faux finished drywall. Fresco is the same technique used to create the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo; the ancient art of painting into damp plaster with pure pigment. Dating back thousands of years they are durable, washable, strong, rare, unique & beautiful! Watch a short video "What is Fresco?" here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-prAIz0urTE

Red Currant Fresco Backsplash

Backsplash fresco panel inset into tile with tile border accent. Fresco is the same technique used to create the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo; the ancient art of painting into damp plaster with pure pigment. Dating back thousands of years they are durable, washable, strong, rare, unique & beautiful! Watch a short video "What is Fresco?" here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-prAIz0urTE

"Limone al Fresco"

True Fresco housed in an antique copper platter perfect for a tuscan kitchen. How about featuring it on your backsplash? SOLD

"Nature's Feast"

True fresco painted on cement board mounted on plywood ready to install into your backsplash. SOLD

Muscat Grapes

True Fresco on Mosaic
Mounted on antique copper platter
SOLD

Casale in Campagna

While working away in your kitchen pretend you are in the Italian countryside with this true fresco on panels mounted as a triptych. SOLD