Monthly Archives: February 2012

Think Bella! – “Stay Hungry… Stay Foolish” – Steve Jobs

Posted on February 22, 2012

In 2005, David, Michael and I started Bella Faux Finishes with idea of presenting the Best Decorative Finishes from around the world to our clients. When we shared our ideas with friends and family, nobody could see the vision we had for this service and the opportunities we saw,  to bring to the service to market with a talented group of Artisans. The training, the capital invested and sustained effort required to grow Bella Faux Finishes, would never have got off the ground,  if it wasn’t for our intense… “Passion and Love” for this Art.

The work at times, can be extremely challenging. But when the projects are complete, photo’s are taken and goodbyes are said, the satisfaction we receive is hard to express into words. The Testimonials and Before & After project photo’s will stay in our memories and hearts for many years.

So don’t be afraid to take some chances, Chase your Dreams and as Steve Jobs has said   “Stay Hungry…. Stay Foolish!”.

Also, follow us on Facebook, where many of our projects are shared first.


Think Bella! – “Find Your Passion, Steve Jobs shares…Why this is so Important”

Posted on February 11, 2012

“Unlimited Passion”, is the only way you can take an idea and bring it to form. The passing of Steve Jobs reminds us that our day is coming soon, life is so brief. If you have an idea to share with the world, now is the time to begin. When David, Michael and I started Bella Faux Finishes in 2005, I fell in love with the idea of creating a company that specialized in Unique and Dramatic Finishes for Homes and Business’s. Our Goal is to present clients with a large portfolio of Color and Texture from around the world. I am excited about combining our Blog – Bella Faux Finishes TV with our new website. Our Blog will be our main platform to share Interior Design ideas and interviews with some of the best Artisans and Interior Designers from around the world. Finally, is was sad for my Apple family, to hear that Steve Jobs passed. His magic was the ability to visualize into the future, crystal clear, the best path to follow. Who else can do that? Amazing…