Graphicatta & Design, Inc. is a South Florida based decorative painting company. We have been in the industry since 1982 with a previous background in advertising. This gives us a strong foundation of both client orientation and deadline. Graphicatta & Design Inc. has a minority status as a Woman Owned Business (WBE).
Our client is elite residential, sophisticated commercial and themed spaces.
We are known for the design and application of faux finishes, murals, frescoes, decorative painting, wallpaper creation or reproduction, gold and silver leaf, as well as Venetian and other durable plasters. We paint “Contemporary Chic” as well as “Neo Classical.” We also are skilled in “Hip Hop” and “Graffiti” and “Glitz, Glam, and Bling.”
Commercial clients include the Marriott Vacation Clubs, Wyndham Hotel, Radisson, and Intercontinental Hotels, and the historical landmark Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach. We have worked for Divi Resorts, Holiday Inn Sunspree Resort, Casablanca Casino, and Resort World International. Retail clients include Bloomingdales (and other Federated Department Stores), Carl’s Furniture stores, Ethan Allen Furniture stores, Espirit des Corps, Tony Roma’s restaurants, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and a slew of boutique retail shops and restaurants as well as building sides and parking garages.
We do maintain the privacy of our residential clients, but offer references upon request.
Our work is used on all surfaces, both interior and exterior. Faux finishes, plasters, and gold leaf can usually be quoted by the square foot. We prefer to design our mural and fresco work and specialty faux finishes “BUDGET BACKWARDS” which simply means that the budget is set by you and we will design our work to fit it…also called “VALUE ENGINEERING.”
Graphicatta & Design Inc. is a valuable tool and asset for designers and homeowners, and a wonderful way to reinvent spaces!
If you have questions or need support material, please call toll-free 800-425-2404 or e-mail.
We hope to be painting for you soon!
Boni Smith, Director