Monet Masters - Interior + Furniture Designer

Atlanta, GA, United States
Monet Masters is an interior designer based in Atlanta, Georgia. A graduate of SCAD-Atlanta, Monet is experienced in both commercial, residential, and furniture design. While she describes her design aesthetic as “Modern Electric Chic” with an emphasis on organic lines and natural elements, she enjoys helping clients define their own personal style, so it’s well reflected throughout their home or business. Monet is especially adept at employing creative and unique solutions for design problems that inevitably arise on projects, while maintaining her passionate drive and enthusiasm throughout the design process, Inspired by the fluidity of nature and the sleekness of modernity, she believes in creating spaces that harness positive energy for her clients, to help them live a balanced, relaxed life. This blog in intended to show the design process of projects of all different sorts, and how her love for fashion and nature inspires her design choices. Enjoy!

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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Make a Table under $20, Monet Style

I am currently in a furniture design class exploring my passion for building. One of the first assignments was to built a piece of furniture, of course i choose to built something that was desperately needed in my apartment; a coffee table.

The major materials used are as follow: Plywood, and Metal rodes
Below are visuals of the process over a week.



Metal rodes originally had different finishes on them and all at different lenghts, they were intended to hide the electrical wiring on sconces at the Currey & Company showroom.


Two holes had to be drilled into the metal rodes that were going to be used at legs
(only four were serving at legs)



The rest of the metal rodes had to be cut down at a 20 degree angle



The Plywood had to be treated for the gaps and holes that came with. I did this by filling them in.


After the holes and gaps were treated, they then had to be sanded down.


Holes had to be drilled in for metal rod placement, the holes were also drilled at a 20 degree angle and then sanded for smooth staining.


Finished rods before painted silver.


Pins that would be placed threw drilled holes in order t support the wood table tops


Test fit

Stain Test: Considering feedback from a peer of mine, I decided to use a black stain that would then mimic appearance of Zebra Wood.


First coat of black stain
Drum's Please...




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Mimicking Spray paint with color pencil

In this Project I took a piece of canvas and spray painted it with different colors. The challenge was to recreate the image of the spray paint on the cloth, but using color pencil on water color paper. 

The Verdict is in People...

This image is the spray paint on the Cloth


This is my attemp to make a replica using color pencil


I Thought that it was viewed best from this position.

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