Well, folks, my product launch for a new faux-finish designer tool is finally coming. It’s only taken a year – not to mention the prior two years of focus groups and tool engineering to get that tool to work its magic.
Our tool is called the Feuille Hawk™.
“Feuille” (pronounced foh-yih) is the French word for “leaf”, which refers to the intricate, leaf-like patterns created by this tool. The resulting texture pattern is called the Feuille Finish™. It’s remarkably versatile, opening up countless interior design possibilities for walls and ceilings.
What’s really cool is that you can embed stones, glass, or tile into the texture to create a mosaic effect, something you might see in a premier Las Vegas hotel. You can also apply faux finishing and airbrushing techniques if you want a more colorful and contemporary appearance. (We were thinking that the finish on our ceiling would look really cool with a paintball spatter!)
All you need is a little drywall compound and our Feuille Hawk™, and you can literally transform those drab white ceilings and walls into surreal landscapes overnight – goodbye poopy popcorn and boring walls!
I realize this sounds like an ad. Okay, it kinda is. But I’m proud of what I’ve accomplished with my business partner and want to share it. Maybe some of you reading this would be interested in trying out our tool on your ceilings or your walls.
Unfortunately, our website isn’t finished yet. So you won’t be able to find our Feuille Hawk™ or find anything about the Feuille Finish™. Heck, you won’t even find anything about feuille on the Internet because this is brand new (actually there’s more to that story, but I’m not going to spill it here). I’ll post our web address here as soon as our site is up.
And maybe when this launch cools down a bit I can get back to this blog and start writing again.
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