Join us on Monday, February 11, 2013 for Design Week. Learn how to create finishes hands on and in-person with National Faux Finish Expert and the Developer of the Sherwin-Williams Faux Impressions product line, Ed Mattingly. Take a deeper look at Old World Impression and Quartz Stone Impression Finishes. There will also be a drawing for tickets to the food and wine experience along with food and refreshments.
Please note, there will be two 45 minute sessions going over the same or similar content, you will need to register for just one session.
4:30 PM Session or 5:30 PM Session
Product Designer, Nationally supporting Faux Impressions for Sherwin-Williams.
Ed Mattingly is one North America’s leading expert on faux finishes and decorative painting techniques. Ed is renowned for his unique wall solutions and designs. Over the last 25 years he has created 1,000’s of custom designs and installed over 5,000,000 sq. ft. of decorative wall finishes. His signature “Incredible Walls” are found coast to coast in high end residential and commercial settings. His work has been featured in multiple shelter publications including Architectural Digest, Interior Design Magazine, Traditional Home and Metropolitan Home magazines, on HGTV “New Spaces, “ in the L.A. Mart West Edge Spaces, the Merchandise Mart Dream Homes and in the upcoming book by Michael Payne of Designing for the Sexes, “The House of Payne.” You can also see Ed’s designs in a newly released wallcovering book by York called, “The Perfect Faux.”
In the paint manufacturing industry, Ed is known for his innovative product designs and installation processes. Ed is currently supporting product development and training for The Sherwin-Williams Company. Ed is an active member of ASID and The Color Marketing Group. He was awarded the ASID National Merit Award, the highest honor bestowed by ASID on an Industry Partner as well as the Spirit Award for his non profit work for Designs for Dignity. You can view Ed’s most recent designs in your local Sherwin-Williams store at the Faux Impressions display.