About Senza Finé

While some things have changed since Dave Wiegel launched a product line known as Senza Finé in 2004, much has remained the same. The company still offers uniquely styled decorative wall finishes echoing old world styles and looks by utilizing advanced modern day materials.   They have evolved into a full-service supply & install contractor insuring the end result and took on the name Senza Finé Inc. T/A Timeless Finishes. (Italian translation “without end”.)

Still, a few things will always be the same: Senza Finé Inc. continues to be dedicated to designing timeless spaces, partnering with the best suppliers in the industry and never using subcontractors. All of their work is created in-house by experienced team members who are passionate about design. Decorative plaster is more of a craft than a trade, and experience is their greatest teacher. From these tenets, they quickly gained recognition, earning their first Washington Building Congress Craftsmanship Award in 2006. In 2009, Senza Finé formed a partnership with Armourcoat, the world’s foremost producer and supplier of decorative plaster, and became the exclsuive installer in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia and the Carolinas.

Senza Finé artisans are also certified installers of a number of hand troweled specialty materials and Acoustical Plasters to create an almost limitless range of options for any design goal. Working closely with customers from conception through installation, Senza Finé uses a local inventory of materials and develops custom designs at its headquarters in Dulles, VA.

This highly customizable approach allows Senza Fine to stay ahead of the fast-paced commercial construction industry, and create one-of-a-kind work, such as North America’s largest Armourcoat Anti-Crack project (Duke Ellington School of the Arts) and the largest stencil project located on the 4th floor at The Museum of the Bible.

With over 2 million square feet of decorative plaster successfully installed over the last decade, you can entrust Senza Finé to customize your space with the best product and craftsmanship available.

Our Leadership

Dave Wiegel


With over 30 years of experience in the industry, Dave’s passion and expertise allow him to drive Senza Finé to reach new goals. From partnering with the number-one manufacturer of decorative plaster, to winning six Washington Building Congress Craftsmanship Awards, Dave has been an integral part of Senza Finé’s success since its inception in 2004. He enjoys playing an active role in taking a project from sample creation to installation. He values the relationships he builds with clients, employees and industry professionals. Outside of his passion for Senza Finé, Dave spends time with his four daughters and has a true passion for the great outdoors.

Michelle Daikos

Senior Architect and Design Representative

The newest member of the Senza Finé family, Michelle, has been the representative for the Metro D.C. area since 2018. With a Masters of Art in Interior Design from George Washington University, Michelle has over a decade of business and design experience to share with customers in their search for unique wall finishes. She enjoys using her lifelong appreciation for the Architecture and Design community in helping customers make their design dreams come to life. Can’t find Michelle in the office? Then she’s probably exploring the great outdoors, hiking, swimming or even skydiving from 9,000 feet.

René Kratzke

Senior Architectural Representative

While René’s time in Architecture and Design predates beepers and cell phones, she has integrated into her workflow new technology and materials that enhance the customer experience. Despite all the changes in the industry, she sees the same desire for helpful, professional communication between company and consumer remains. René loves to share her knowledge of Senza Finé’s product lines and services, as well as to indulge in her hobbies which include gardening, woodworking and repurposing old furniture.

Henry Castellon

Head Artisan

In his more than 15 years at Senza Finé, Henry has led several of the company’s award-winning projects, including the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in D.C., The Bible Museum in D.C. and Salamander Resort & Spa in Middleburg, VA. He brings this deep level of experience to each new customer, helping them create a space that aligns perfectly with their vision. Henry appreciates that Senza’s products can be customized to create unique styles and a presence, especially Armourcoat; it’s Henry’s personal signature throughout the DMV. In between projects, Henry likes to stay active by running, as well as playing soccer and baseball.

Michele Good


Michele has been guiding Senza Finé customers through the process of installing custom wall finishes since 2014. She enjoys working in the commercial construction industry because it provides the opportunity to meet with diverse clientele and industry professionals in a fast-paced, results-driven environment. Michele loves the family atmosphere at Senza Finé, and works to ensure clients feel like a member of that family, too. Outside of work, she likes to escape to the coast for a relaxing weekend on the beach.

Michael Pittman

Project Manager

Mike joined the Senza Fine team in 2017, making him the newest member. Mike has immersed himself in everything Senza, gaining a wealth of product and industry knowledge. He enjoys the fast-passed environment of the construction industry as well as guiding clients through the installation process. When he’s not at work, Mike spends his time coaching his daughter’s softball team and playing Fortnite with his son.

Kelsey Wiegel

Assistant Project Manager

Kelsey has been an employee of Senza Fine sense 2014, but she’s been living and breathing the business sense childhood. The oldest daughter of Dave Wiegel, Kelsey feels proud to be making a career at Senza. She enjoys working closely with clients and loves seeing the sampling process through to the completed job. When she’s not at work, Kelsey is a true home-body. She enjoys spending time with her family and getting lost in a good book.