There have been many designs employed to enhance the appearance of building interiors using decorative plaster work.
Period properties and high specification new builds will often have plaster cornice in their ceiling to wall intersections. In its simplest form, this may be a plaster coving but can also be more extensive ornamental work depending on architectural requirements.
When original plaster features have been damaged restoration work, in the form of repair or reinstatement to enrichments, mouldings or individual members will be required with matching plaster.
Fibrous plastering techniques can produce excellent results when returning interiors to their original appearance but the cost of plaster coving and cornice can be prohibitive. Any omission however of required restoration work will leave interiors scarred and will detract from the original intended balance of the rooms in question.
At White Chapel Art Plaster we have a decorative plaster matching service where attention to detail is paramount to enable us to produce accurate reproductions.
Almost without exception, on the completion of a matching restoration job, our clients comments tell us that the cost in terms of time and finance to get the finished article they required was worth the effort.
This type of positive feedback is very encouraging, as is working with customers who are prepared to return the buildings they are responsible for to the way they were intended to look.
From a Gothic arch, a dome or ellipse through to a run Victorian cornice or curved work, we are happy to discuss all aspect of the work we undertake and explain what plastering is to us as a company of art plasterers in Manchester.
The repairs look fantastic we are really pleased. Thank you for all your help we will be in touch in January to sort out the next lot of repair work
Michelle: Urmston, Manchester