Los Angeles Marmorino Plaster Specialist
Everyone agrees that marble is one of the most elegant surfaces possible for interior design. A marble wall automatically brings a level of class and sophistication to any living space. However, most people don’t live in Roman villas and don’t have the money or expertise to put marble walls up in their home.
But you don’t have to do this to get a similar look and feel.
You can get the look of classic marble without the hassle with the use of Marmorino plaster. This technique traces back hundreds of years but is as popular today than ever. Working with LA Royal Art ensures that any plasterwork installed in your home is done by a leading Marmorino plaster specialist.
Read on and we’ll explain more about what Marmarino plaster is, why it is so popular today and how we can help you to improve the look style of your home by using it for your interior or exterior designs.
A Design Tradition That Goes Back Centuries
Marmorino plaster is a technique that was first used by the Romans. However, it wasn’t until the Renaissance in Venice that it became truly popular. If you visit Venice, there’s a good chance that you’ll see Marmorino plaster everywhere from the villas of the rich and famous to historical statues and outdoor spaces.
Interest in Marmorino plaster has remained since then, but has especially increased over the last few decades. Advances have made is easier and more affordable to produce high-quality plasters, and architects and designers are rediscovering how beautiful and versatile this form of plaster is to use.
Bring Classic Looks to Any Space in Your Home
Marmorino is a combination of lime putty and crushed marble, which is applied by a trawl onto walls ranging from drywall to wood paneling. It is technically a type of stucco, which means that it has a grainy texture when first applied.
But it really is more than that.
One of the advantages of Marmorino plaster is its versatility. You can achieve any number of final effects through the use of tinting and – most importantly – polishing. Depending on how the plaster is applied and polished, it can have a final finish that is satin, matte or glossy. This is often done to imitate marble finishes, especially when it is done to create the type of translucency found in marble.
Marmorino Plaster is Perfect for Damp Areas
Many people install Marmorino plaster in places such as bathroom, spas and indoor pools because it is extremely waterproof and also antibacterial. This is resistance to dampness is caused by a combination of the type of lime used and the addition of terra cotta.
Get Started with Marmorino Plaster Today
Now that you’ve seen how why so many people want Marmorino plaster in their homes, isn’t it time to find out how you can do the same thing?
It isn’t difficult to get started.
Just contact us to set up an evaluation. LA Royal Art has years of experience with Marmorino plaster in Los Angeles. Our experts take the stress out of interior or exterior design, doing everything we need to ensure a stunning final result at an affordable price.