Traditional methods of decorating walls and ceilings
Most likely a relatively small part of the population knows what it is that contemporary stucco, that the years of its heyday has long since behind him. This is an area whose genesis dates back to ancient times, when it is the people and, above all, the people in power decided to decorating their buildings, especially government buildings, cultural and religious. Today, also, many people, especially those a little richer, decides to apply these exceptional images in their "four corners". This approach guarantees the originality of our interior design, so that our guests will be delighted.
What is stucco?
Our world today is growing at a tremendous rate, for which many people are not even able to keep up, not to mention getting to know all the news appearing in our lives. Challenge is to become an expert at least a significant part of the areas of life, not to mention all. Take for example the construction industry, which is experiencing a real boom in recent years. Few people are aware of what is stucco, so the method of finishing interior and exterior walls of buildings. In this technique uses a specialized, gypsum plaster kind of carving unique patterns and forms. There's no denying that this is the kind of finish walls for a bit more demanding people.
Molding and coving - what is it?
Molding, or moulding (Commonwealth), also known as coving (UK, Australia), is a strip of material with various profiles used to cover transitions between surfaces or for decoration. It is traditionally made from solid milled wood or plaster, but may be made from plastic or reformed wood. In classical architecture and sculpture, the molding is often carved in marble or other stones.
A "sprung" molding has bevelled edges that allow mounting between two non-parallel planes (such as a wall and a ceiling), with an open space behind the molding. Other types of molding are referred to as "plain".