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18.11.2021 | Blog

Decorative plaster in the interior is appreciated not only by designers, but also by the owners of apartments and residential buildings due to its unique properties and extensive decor options. What types of finishing materials exist, what are their features and where are they recommended for use?

Varieties of decorative plaster in the interior, depending on the composition

Today you can find a large number of finishing materials for walls, floors and ceilings, which differ not only in prices, but also in the characteristics of the composition.
They are conventionally divided into several main types according to their components:
1. Mineral: the mixture is based on dry cement, which is suitable for covering bricks or natural stone surfaces. Has a high resistance to moisture, so it can be used in the kitchen and bathroom;
2. Polymer: they include acrylic and silicone components, are distinguished by high decorative properties, can be used in any room and on any type of surface;
3. Silicate: based on liquid glass that covers any surface and is mainly used in structural coatings.
To create an unusual texture, additional components can be used in the form of pebbles, copolymers, reinforcing fibers, mother-of-pearl inclusions and more.

Types of decorative plaster in a modern interior

Textured plaster in the interior today occupies one of the first places in popularity according to customer reviews. All thanks to the wide possibilities in decoration, coloring in any color, as well as durability and unique effects after application.

Venetian

Venetian plaster in the interior is distinguished by a complex, textured shade. The Venetian is known for being able to imitate the shine and appearance of noble stones or rocks, can be tinted in any shade, and is also used for both walls and ceilings.
Our plasters have a special quality, they are made on the basis of aged lime, as well as mineral or acrylic components. These include Veneziano Style, Stucco Art and Murano.

Sand

In warm interiors, a coating that imitates sand is often used. Sand plaster in the interior is based on a pearlescent pigment, it changes shade depending on the angle of view. This effect will add a special charm and exclusivity to your interior. And the presence of quartz sand in the composition gives the surface a special shine and sandy relief. Among them is our decorative plaster Sahara.

Marble

Decorative plaster for marble in the interior is popular. The composition includes both small and large stone fractions. As a result, the mixture can have a different appearance after application, the original color. It is aimed at imitating the surface and shine of a noble stone, it is distinguished by high performance properties and a luxurious, expensive appearance.
Elf Decor marble plaster in the interior is presented in Murano, Marmorino Style, Veneziano Style and Stucco Art options.

Wood

Decorative plaster for wood in the interior reveals itself in a design aimed at eco and minimalism. It has the ability to reproduce a natural, woody coating, with all its varied texture and relief.
Using the necessary tools at hand, rubber stamps and our decorative coatings (Grotto, Travertino, Urbania, etc.), you will get a relief surface resembling tree bark, a transverse or longitudinal cut of a tree.

Wet silk

Among the most popular coatings, it is worth mentioning silk plaster in the interior. This coating allows you to achieve a naturalistic imitation of an expensive fabric. Due to the unique application technology, it can have an original and unique pattern and sparkling shine.
Wet silk in the interior is presented by Illusion, Mirage and others.

Metallic

Metallic plaster is several types of coating at once. One of them has the ability to simulate liquid metal - drips characteristic of material melted in a furnace. The other contains silvery or golden granules that create a bright, metallic sheen on walls or ceilings.
You can order any metal coating material you like to your taste - Illusion, Tesoro, Alchimia and others.

Rust

Rust plaster is a decorative finishing material aimed at imitating natural metal corrosion on the walls. May have the appearance of a patina, create streaks or form an "old" metal surface with a characteristic shimmer. To achieve this effect, both a specific application technique and metal-containing components in the mixture are used.
We offer two options - Urbania and Corrosia with different effects and at an affordable cost for luxury industrial interiors.

Concrete

Decorative plaster for concrete in the interior has been popular in recent years. This is because you can buy it to decorate a high-tech house, loft, industrial and not only. Its difference lies in the ability to imitate the effect of cast concrete with its characteristic shine and minimalism.
Plaster for concrete in the interior is presented by the options Travertino Style, Toscana, Castello and others.

Stone

Stone imitation plaster is best suited for noble, sophisticated interiors. It imitates the surface, laid out using various pieces of stone or solid rock. Its monumentality is revealed in country houses and functional interiors, aimed at natural and natural motives.
In our catalog, stone options are presented by Canyon, Toscana, Grotto and others plasters that imitate the paths and texture of stone rocks.

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Variants of using plaster in the interior

Decorative plaster in a modern style can be applied in several ways:
• For walls: the most common use of the mixture, which allows you to create accent areas in the interior, to embody original, author's ideas or create the necessary decor;
• For ceilings: due to its high plasticity, the coatings can be used for ceiling moldings and moldings. The ability to recreate reliefs and various textures helps to avoid the banal painting of the ceiling area;
• For a kitchen backsplash: rough plaster in the interior will be appropriate even in the kitchen. Thanks to its high strength, resistance to temperatures and the ability to wash, an unusual accent zone can be created;
• For arches: when planning an interior without doors, you can not only paint the arch in a white shade, but also decorate it with finishing materials for every taste.

And if you want to understand how your interior with decorative plaster will look like, visit our showrooms in Ukraine or the salons of our partners!

18.11.2021 | Blog