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Phantom of the Opera Demilune Credenza

“Floating, falling, sweet intoxication. Touch me, trust me, savor each sensation. Let the dream begin, let your darker side give in to the power of the music of the night.”― Charles Hart, The Phantom of the Opera: Piano/Vocal

Let the darkness fall and wrap you in its mystery. Beneath the earth where the living tread, is perpetual night. It is the land of the dead and the realm of hidden things. You find yourself descending lead by plaintive notes full of longing and foreboding. Falling, floating, slowly enthralled by the strong grip of organ notes striking deep the cords of your heart. You are frightened but cannot resist this force stronger than your fear. Leaving the light and all you’ve known behind into the music of the night.

Is it the secret longing you’ve always hid deep within to feel beyond the mundane? You ache for excitement, the thrill of succumbing to what is wrong, rejected by society. You are not like the others, happy to live their lives to the monotonous beat of the drum. Theirs, a straight path with the same ending as millions of others. You want to be swept away by danger and romance. This darkness promises more. Give in to it. Blindly navigate through it. Let its cold fingers take your hand and a make you a bride to the darkness.


I went for a Phantom of the Opera mood as I created this piece. Initially, I was planning elegant with clean lines and a smooth surface but I went a different direction all together. I decided to go all out with drama and impact. I added patina for an aged texture and pops of blue that goes well with my faux marble top. A bit of checkerboard on top and the Vintage Rustic transfer on the sides. The demilune shape made it a bit tricky to apply the Lovely Script transfer. The color is Rust-Oleum’s Carbon Mist and Satin Brass. The patina is Modern Masters Inc. oxidizing bronze.
The faux marble top I created with Ranger Ink. alcohol inks. I coated it with Marine Epoxy resin. It’s my preferred resin choice. The gold veining is Pinata gold alcohol ink. You can catch my lives on Facebook of the process.


Vintage Rustic Transfer: https://shrsl.com/2slrd

Lovely Script Transfer: https://shrsl.com/2slrj

Ranger Alcohol Ink: https://amzn.to/2NrvhhK

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