Plaster Walls

 

Whether we are using veneer plaster, gypsum plaster with lime & gauging finish, Italian plasters or an architectural stone plaster, we love plaster walls!  Just run your fingers over a plaster wall and you’ll understand; there is nothing like a plaster wall done well.

Plaster walls are simply beautiful although there is nothing simple about them, so you can imagine the admiration we have for owners who want the very best!

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Ex nihilo pulchritudinem (From nothing beauty) well, almost nothing…we start out with a bucket, some mud and then our plasterers move over the walls like amazing magicians.

Below is just a small sampling of our flat wall work.

Veneer plastering:

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Randy watching Harrison mix a new batch of plaster.

 

 

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Three coat hard troweled veneer plaster walls & ceilings.

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Elliptical arches and ornamental molds.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


 

 

Textured veneer plaster with colored wax finish.

Textured veneer plaster with colored wax finish.

The client wanted the look of a Medieval Castle.

The client wanted the look of a Medieval Castle.

 

Architectural Stone Plastering:

The resulting intersection produces four arris lines which cross from corner to corner on diagonal lines.

Columns, walls and groined ceilings done with ArcusStone.

 

 

 

 

 

ArcusStone walls to create the look of a stone castle.

For this project we used ArcusStone to create the look of solid stone walls.

 

Fireplace done with ArcusStone.

Fireplace done with ArcusStone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Italian Plastering:

Yellow Venetian plaster freshly applied.

Yellow Venetian plaster freshly applied.

 

 

Our sunny beautiful yellow Venetian plaster was applied throughout this home.

Our sunny beautiful yellow Venetian plaster was applied throughout this home.

 

Historic Plastering:

For the majority of our historic  work we use gypsum plaster with a lime finish.

For the majority of our historic work we use gypsum plaster.

 

Interior of the Thomas County Courthouse built in 1858.

Interior of the Thomas County Courthouse built in 1858.

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