Willing to emphasize the interior style or restore radically its nature we tend to look for possibilities which will allow us to do it in an interesting and remarkable way. Decorative plasters can be an answer to that. These compounds, after application on walls, imitate natural stone, skin, paper, old plaster or concrete. Their textures might be totally abstract, shine or fold, as a result, they can contribute to compelling and unusual interior design. Depending on our preferences, interior style and idea, we can make use of these objects to create a unique place.

When to use decorative plasters?

1. In minimalist interiors when their style and colours won’t ‘compete’ with the wall texture. Too many ornaments, mouldings, details and knick-knacks can overwhelm the interior. Exaggeration in interior design is no longer a look-forward-to concept. A peculiar balance and moderation are in place. Textured plasters, due to their decorative nature, turn out to be ideal for minimalist interiors, modest in look and subdued colours.

2. To emphasize and highlight a place in space. Decorative plasters can perfectly underline these areas which ought to be highlighted within interiors. It can be a bedhead in the bedroom, a fireplace wall in the living room or a background for a piece of art in the dining room. This decoration draws our attention and is predominant in our interiors.

3. To emphasize the interior style. Some decorative styles, even in their contemporary version, can be highlighted by decorative textures of walls. Provencal, stylish and rustic interiors, also industrial lofts, can look perfectly with decorative plasters.

4. In order to protect walls. A few decorative plasters are water and dirt resistant. Therefore, they can be an ideal alternative for ceramic tiles, expensive wall cladding of stone or glass. In kitchens, bathrooms and also boiler rooms, garages, pantries and cellars they are applied to create an interesting and climatic interior.

5. If we want to arrange a space in an unusual and exceptional way sometimes, a new colour is not enough. While searching for unique solutions, our expectations go beyond the colour palette available in the colour charts, then we can consider taking advantage of decorative plaster. Diversity of colours, textures as well as all variations resulting from application possibility of these products can satisfy many demanding tastes.

6. To reconstruct or make historic interior, willing to create or restore the former look. Decorative plasters is a material which is frequently used by stage designers, conservator-restorers and artists. They provide numerous design options. A large selection, availability as well and potential of these easy-to-use products, make them undoubtedly beneficial.