A new technology, which has been on the market for a few months now and we have now decided to add it to our portfolio. Liquid silk plastering, absolutely divine and unique.  For a day’s work, maybe less, we can transform a loved room into an even much more loved one.  A feature wall in your living room/a beautiful pink wall in your princesses room.  For your son, a textured wall, with different patterns……a car track on the wall. Anything is possible.

And if in a few month’s you feel the feature wall doesn’t suit the room, it can be simply taken down without damage to your wall and remixed and placed on another wall in your home.

Can be used as splash back’s in the kitchen and bathrooms; as a featured wall in your home; it can be used inside or on the outside of your home.

It is the newest technology, it won’t damage your walls and it is reusable in another room if you decide to change things around in your home.

Be the first in your area to display an unique and classy feature wall.  A wall that will be admired and wowed at by all your friends and family.

Call us and we can discuss options

 

 

12 Responses to Silk Plastering
  1. I am interested in getting my little girls room done. She loves purple. Is this something you could do?

    • kevinnapoleon@gmail.com March 4, 2017 at 9:52 pm Reply

      That is no problem. We can go through the brochure and you can pick the most appropriate colour for the room. Depending on how big the room is, I may not recommend to get all walls done in the the silk plastering. We can discuss. Give me a call and I should be able to arrange a visit at some stage next week. It will be after 7 in the evening as my diary is full for next week. I will fit you in though if evening time suits you

  2. Hi what is the cost of this, would it be suitable in a bathroom 👍

    • kevinnapoleon@gmail.com March 6, 2017 at 12:03 pm Reply

      The cost varies on the type of finish, color etc. The silk plaster is not suitable for wet areas but there is another product that is. I can get You some more information on them if you like.

    • I got my bathroom done over a year ago. I live in Manchester. It is expensive to get done. The plaster is more expensive than plaster for walls not exposed to water. Also approx 3 to 4 coats of lacquer are required to seal the walls. It was expensive but it is so easy to keep clean. No greying grout. No mildew. It doesn’t even stain with soap scum. My cousin had plastering jobs done by this firm and she was really happy with their work. Perfectionists she called them. If you have the cash consider getting your bathroom done. It makes life so much easier. Best of luck with your decision

  3. Can you hang mirrors etc on the walls after they have been plastered?

    • kevinnapoleon@gmail.com March 6, 2017 at 11:59 am Reply

      Yes, once care is taking and the right fittings are used it shouldnt be a problem, You could also hang mirrors first and work around them.

  4. It is difficult to know that ye offer silk plastering as a service. Can you segregate it from the rest of your page. It is absolutely a fantastic job when completed. I love it. I want to get my stair wall done in lavender. It is high up at the top. My husband is going to Anfield next month. Would love to get it done while he is gone.He will only be gone for 36 hours. Is it possible to get it done in that time. I will pay extra

    • kevinnapoleon@gmail.com March 8, 2017 at 5:28 pm Reply

      Hi Chris

      We are working on segregating the silk plastering from the rest of the site, it should be done shortly.
      That will be no problem doing your stairs.I,m going over myself for a game in April. If I’m not around Myself one of the lads will fit you in.

  5. Hi,. Was thinking of getting this done in a. Hallway of our bungalow (current plastering has small damages and roughness) compared to touching up caulking and painting the walls how much more would this silk Plaster cost?? For a plain neutral color with no glitter… Also is it possible to paint it in future?
    It says it’s reusable, how do you take it down?
    Would it be strong enough for a hallway with usual traffic? Ie would it chip easily if bumped?
    Thanks
    Gordon

    • kevinnapoleon@gmail.com March 27, 2017 at 9:39 am Reply

      Hi.
      It would be fine in the hall. It’s easily repairable if it gets damaged.
      Prices vary depending on the type usually around 30-35 per meter. You wouldn’t paint it. It can be taking off by wetting it and scraping it off. It can then be remixed and used again.


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