Copper Door has a team of dedicated specialist decorators with a passion for Venetian Marble Plaster; creating stunning finishes and effects to complete your interior design.
This time-honoured technique creates classic and contemporary finishes along with amazing embossed or relief images. Venetian Plaster finishes have an incredible ability to reflect or absorb light, giving an unmatched and individual texture to the space. The application is known as Polished Plaster or Venetian Polished Plaster.
Naturally breathable, the plaster is mold and mildew resistant, making it a perfectly hygienic surface in kitchens and bathrooms; a non-toxic material that emits zero Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC).
Regardless of the size of project, Copper Door's Venetian Marble Plaster service will give a unique and stunning wall surface, bespoke to you.
What we do
Below are just some of the plaster types we use:
Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT IS POLISHED PLASTER?
Polished plaster is an extremely fine lime putty, mixed with marble dust, pigments and other natural ingredients. Non-toxic and emitting zero (VOCs), it is naturally mild and mildew resistant, perfect for kitchens and bathrooms.
WHERE CAN POLISHED PLASTER BE USED?
Polished Plaster is suitable for many surfaces, walls and ceilings. It can be used in a bathroom and even inside a shower cubicle. Surfaces with high traffic or water contact are coated in hard-wearing water repellent wax.
WHAT SURFACES CAN POLISHED PLASTER BE APPLIED TO?
Polished plaster needs a firm, clean surface and all walls need to be free from wallpaper and in a sound condition.
CAN YOU DESIGN OR STENCIL WITH POLISHED PLASTER?
Yes, your imagination is your only limit with Polished Plaster, set in relief or embossed, logos look stunning.
HOW MANY POLISHED PLASTER COLOURS CAN I CHOOSE FROM?
We can mix virtually any colour to work within your chosen palette.
HOW CAN I KNOW WHICH FINISH I PREFER?
We have a large collection of surface finish samples in varying types, available to you, so that you can see first-hand the expected finish you prefer.