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Traditional Venetian polished plaster, also known as Marmorino, Spatulato, Marble plaster, Italian plaster or Stucco Veneziano, is not suitable for outdoor application. Although when applied indoors it is sealed to make it waterproof and water-repellent, the sealing process is not robust enough for outdoor use. Tadelakt...

Creating a feature wall is always an exciting project. Most people look to paints and wallpapers to create a great feature wall, which are perfectly legitimate and decent ways to go about it. But there are alternatives. Here are some of those alternative ideas: Micro-cement Cement is...

Concrete is no longer being used as just a flooring material. Interior designers adore concrete for its textured surface and neutral colour. Concrete finishes are also fire and water resistant, breathable, and extremely durable, which makes them highly suited to commercial spaces like restaurants, bars, shopping...

Venetian plaster is an Italian finishing plaster (stucco) loved by interior designers for its beauty and luxurious, high-end finish. It can be applied to a variety of different surfaces -- so long as they are porous. These include stone, permeable concrete and drywall, making venetian plaster...

Travertine polished plaster has been seen as a luxurious interior design material for centuries, and has made a huge comeback in recent years. While it was traditionally used in homes, Travertine polished plaster is also ideal for use in commercial settings. Here are some suggestions for...

Polished plaster has a beautiful finish, but it isn’t desirable in every setting. Sometimes a room calls for texture, perhaps to create an industrial vibe, or to create a contrast between a polished or wooden floor and walls. Unlike a polished finish, a textured finish plays...