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  • Trompe l'oiel arched wooden door
    Trompe l’oeil arched wooden door with cracked plaster exposing brick. If you look closely, you will see that the real door and the doorframe have virtually disappeared.
  • Trompe l'oiel
    The owners of this storage unit wanted something to attract attention to the only side of the building facing the street. Can you tell what is real? Just the doors...
  • Trompe l'oiel
    Trompe l’oeil bird perched upon window frame in doctor’s waiting room.
  • Trompe l'oiel
    Trompe l’oeil palm trees with assorted guests on lanai.
  • Trompe l'oiel
    Trompe l’oeil niche with stonewalls, vines and aged terra cotta pots. This was a perfect compliment to a tiny powder bath in this beautiful Mediterranean style home.
  • Trompe l'oiel
    Trompe l’oeil backdrop for this small fountain so it may better fit the space.
  • Trompe l'oiel
    Trompe l’oeil niche above kitchen cabinets.
  • Trompe l'oiel
    Trompe l’oeil bougainvillea plant to add interest to an awkward bare area above the TV. This application also helps to soften the impact of the TV in this bright, modern space.
  • Trompe l'oiel
    This is just one of the Trompe l’oeil animals playing around in this African inspired game room. Shuffle board anyone?
  • Trompe l'oiel
    What a better way to let the outdoors in than to add Trompe l’oeil French doors with a lakeside view to this window less space.
  • Trompe l'oiel
    This Trompe l’oeil effect on this bare patio wall makes it so much more appealing and enjoyable. Not to mention a wonderful conversation piece for guests.
  • Trompe l'oiel
    This tiny powder bath has become very spacious with this Mediterranean trompe l’oeil balcony effect.
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