Creama Bianco Stucco Veneziano
Price: 3250 rubl.
Package: 7 kilos.
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Package: 20 kilos.
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CREAMA BIANCO STUCCO VENEZIANO decorative finish
Many historical regions of Italy (like Venice and other) are known for using the ancient-roman wall-decoration technology. The marble dust, which had been left behind the excavation of the marble mines, was used in it. On one hand, the utilization of the marble dust-based plaster was much less expensive than the use of marble itself; on the other – the plaster itself is much more soft and versatile material than the marble.
The technology of STUCCO VENEZIANO decorative plaster application is quite effort-demanding; the material is applied in several thin layers (2 to 12, and even more), gets mixed with additional colorants to gain the stone-veins effect; often polishing is needed as the final step of the process. However, these difficulties are compensated by truly countless options of the artistic application; the interiors are rich-looking, sometimes even luxurious. The large number of layers of CREAMA BIANCO makes the surface visually deeper, creates the shimmering effect if the lights are set up in the correct way.
CREAMA BIANCO technical features
There are some technical features of CREAMA BIANCO that need to be emphasized.
Firstly, the material is made of clean raw-stuff; therefore it is eco-friendly.
Secondly, it is totally odorless; therefore it is suitable for living quarters.
Thirdly, CREAMA BIANCO STUCCO VENEZIANO is permeable to vapor. It allows the surfaces, which are covered with it, to “breathe”. Also, you can use this material in wide range of interiors – from the bathroom to the hotel reception. It’s also important to note this material’s high endurance to the surrounding environment, e.g. light, above the normal humidity.
Most often the surfaces with Venetian plaster are being polished in order to imitate the highest grades of polished marble. The future owners of the commodity are definitely going to intend to protect the expensive and luxurious-looking interior. Any sorts of additional varnishes and waxes naturally create a new layer. This layer protects the decoration, besides its main functions (toning and glazing), of course.
It’s not recommended to use this “tender” material for the decoration of publicly attended places where people might contact the surfaces (corridors, reception halls, waiting desks, negotiation rooms). The recommendation is to use the Venetian plaster as a decorative element, which is intended to underline other details of interior. Of course, it should not be used in kids’ playrooms and institutions.