Modern Trends in Lime Plaster
Lime Plaster has been used in construction and art for centuries. The history of lime plaster dates back to around 7500 BC when people in Jordan used to mix crushed limestone with lime to cover walls, floors, and various art projects. As you might have expected, plaster has come a long way since then and has evolved and changed a lot over the years.
However, despite all of these changes and the evolution of the way in which we use plaster in our homes and buildings, new trends and uses are evolving every day.
Interested in learning how plaster has evolved over the years and the modern trends in plaster? Read on to find out everything you need to know about the latest trends in plaster and how much lime plasters, have changed.
What are the best types of lime plaster?
There are a number of different types of plasters such as Venetian Plaster, Concrete plaster, Marmorino Plaster, all used for different textures and finishes. Each of these types of plasters is composed of different grains and lime which is what allows them to be used for unique designs. We will tell you more about some of the most popular plasters below.
Golmex plaster, concrete wall texture, has been developed keeping modern trends of design in mind. This high-quality cement plaster has been created using high-quality Portland cement composed of lime, graded silica sand, and admixtures to give interiors and exteriors of our homes and buildings the appearance of polished contemporary concrete.
One reason why this type of plaster is popular among people is that it gives you almost the same results as polished concrete without all of the time and effort that is involved in using the material itself. Golmex cement plaster is now the newest and hottest trend amongst designers who are wishing to achieve a modern concrete wall texture.
Stucco Lamundo Venetian Plaster
Stucco Lamundo is a lime-based Venetian plaster that is known for its durability and extremely easy and simple application process. The best part about Stucco Lamundo plaster is that it can be tinted in-store which means that you can have your favorite colors on your walls. The plaster also creates a marble-like shiny, lustrous, and elegant surface making it particularly useful for villas, offices, and commercial buildings. Stucco Lamundo Venetian Plaster allows you to create a wide variety of interior finishes with state-of-the-art effects in any color and texture. Unique Metallic effects and custom stencils can be used to enhance the elegant and rich appearance of Venetian Plaster.
We have come a long way from the houses of the past where only beige, cream, and white plaster was used. Now, whether you’re a fan of cement plaster or Venetian plaster, you’ll notice that people prefer using colors like grey, black, and white – among several others – when it comes to plaster.
Contemporary colors and designs do not only make houses more appealing, but these types of plaster also help give walls and ceilings a unique and rich finish. Cement Plaster like Golmex also helps give surfaces a more professional and concrete wall texture look which is why it is being opted for by countless people throughout the world.
Interested in giving your house a fresh and appealing new look? Whether you’re interested in applying Venetian plaster, lime plaster, or cement plaster to your walls, head over to Meoded Paint and Plaster and choose from a large variety of durable options.
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