1. Venetian stucco: timeless splendour and magnificent depth
Venetian stucco, which has its roots in historic Venice, is known for its opulent and marble-like appearance. This sophisticated plasterwork is achieved by applying multiple layers of lime plaster that are then hand-polished to create an unparalleled shine and depth. Venetian plaster gives your walls and ceilings a timeless beauty.
Other names or variants: marmorino, venetianplaster
2. Tadelakt: moroccan enchantment for your home.
Tadelakt is a traditional Moroccan plastering technique known for its water resistance and glossy, smooth finish. Ideal for bathrooms, hammams and other wet rooms, Tadelakt adds a touch of Moroccan exoticism to your interiors.
Other names or variants: mortex, stucdeco, betonciré, aquasensa
3. Crustal: create intriguing patterns and depth.
The Crustal plastering technique is an innovative and trendy way to beautify interiors and add a good sense of modernity and sophistication to any room. This texturing technique has rapidly gained popularity because of its unique look and versatility.
4. Kleistuc: natural beauty and durability for interiors
Kleistuc is an authentic plastering technique that has gained popularity in recent years for its natural look and durable properties. This eco-friendly finish offers a subtle and rustic aesthetic that suits modern interiors perfectly.
5. Lime paint: natural elegance and timeless beauty come together.
Lime paint is known for its unique look and durability. Made from natural materials, it adds a subtle depth to walls and ceilings, creating a soft, authentic look. The breathable properties of lime paint contribute to a healthy indoor environment, while it has the ability to develop a beautiful patina over time. Some of the benefits of lime are:
- Breathable paint system that ensures a healthy indoor environment.
- Unique finish
- Durability & environmentally friendly
Tom Devreese, Wielsbeke