Microcement represents a new trend in interior decoration and is gaining popularity due to its universality. This material is so versatile that it can be practically applied on any surface: floor, walls and even furniture. Matte, satin or glossy finishes offer endless possibilities in the living room, bedroom, kitchen, staircase, bathroom (water resistant) or commercial premises. It is suitable for facades as well.
Microcement is a smooth, cement and polymer coating applicable in thin 2-3 mm layers. It is irreplaceable for swift renovation works as can be used without removing existing materials due to its superior adhesive qualities.

Clay plaster

Clay plaster offers characterful and warm looks thanks to its natural texture. This material enables the decorator to play with its thickness and forms, thus creating unique effects each time. Durability is another feature of why clay plaster is highly popular for decoration. The versatility of clay plaster helps to deliver desirable finishes for walls and ceilings in most spaces. Although this material can absorb and desorb moisture, it is not suited for wet environments, such as showers and alike. It can be applied directly to gypsum or plasterboards, but not metal or wood. Clay Plasterer, familiar with the specifics of the material and its application process, including timing, should perform the work.

Corrugated walls

Natural colours and shapes continue to rock the interior design world without an intention to ditch their position in the league.
Perfectly imperfect shapes and lines of corrugated walls complement each other and create a pleasant atmosphere. They add a uniquely fresh spin to the space. Lighting enhances the effects of unique textures and forms. A three-dimensional surface finish radiates an easy-going style that is perfectly ideal for living or representational areas.
Corrugated walls feature artful craftsmanship. These solutions are designed to stand the test of time.

Ceiling elements

When decorating spaces, the ceiling very often receives much less attention than walls or flooring. However, it deserves to be called the fifth wall and treated accordingly.
Three-dimensional panels covering the ceiling may have a semi-cylindrical design. The concept of the non-standard features of the fifth wall reflects the depth of the room’s appearance. Lighting fixtures hidden along the perimeter of each element enhance that. Clean lines and sleek structures add extra cosiness and comfort feel to spaces.
The focus is on the quality of workmanship and finishing touches that will last for decades to come.

Metal elements

Metal elements nicely break up the presence of natural colours (walls, floors, etc.). They may add more depth and bold character to any design. Metal symbolises clarity and precision.
Harder and cooler materials should be incorporated subtly and meaningfully without disrupting the tranquillity of spaces. Surely they will add luxe to any interior.
That can be an elegant addition in the form of sophisticated wall art, handrail, coat rack or the like.