Decorative plaster

Most of us have heard at least once about decorative plaster, but, unfortunately, they do not fully understand how it looks and what it is. Decorative plaster is the option of decorative coating of the ceiling and walls, which can significantly transform any room and endow it with a kind of aesthetics. It is decorative plaster that allows you to realize new fantasies and ideas, it is much more interesting than ordinary painting or wallpaper wallpaper, and therefore has earned universal recognition today.

Decorative plaster looks spectacular, stylish, original, such wall decoration is more reliable and durable. Carefully, tastefully selected color scheme of plaster in combination with accurate work allows you to get excellent results in decorating the apartment. Decorative, textured and Venetian plaster is made of environmental materials, which is an undoubted plus. With the help of this unique material, you can arrange an artistic painting of walls in the form of decorative frescoes. Pigmenting materials used are not erased and do not burn out. Such a painting is made out by masters-artists, they turn ordinary walls into a real work of art! Decorative plaster today is the most original and beautiful material for interior decoration of rooms of apartments and houses. It allows you to restore the interiors of the premises of palaces and ancient castles, because, using it, you can imitate any existing materials, creating original and unique reliefs.   The correct technique of applying decorative plaster allows you to get wall decoration that will serve you for years and decades. Moreover, it will not fade, retain resistance to mechanical factors, will not change its texture. Decorative plaster is applied to a clean, previously prepared, even surface. After complete drying, the plaster becomes waterproof, it can be washed and cleaned. The structure of decorative plaster is porous, which is why the walls of the apartment “breathe”. Decorative plaster has a composition similar to the composition of the rough classical plaster and consists of gypsum, plasticizers, filler, astringent components, conservatives and other elements. Decorative plaster after application has the form of a finished coating and does not need to align the surface (unlike the classic). It is applied to the wall with even and thin layers, then it is smoothed and polished. It will also not be superfluous to mention that the prices for decorative plaster are a little more expensive than for the classic one, in addition, when working with it, you will need certain skills and skills.

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