Polished Plaster
Armourcoat's smooth polished finish is similar to the marmorino stucco, used extensively in northern Italy during the Renaissance period as an internal and external wall finish and as a background for the ornate frescoes which dominated much of the decoration of that time. It is this combination of material and technique that is now widely regarded as Venetian plaster. The final appearance of this finish is very dependent on the hand of the individual applicator, making it possible to achieve anything from a plain, lightly polished surface to a more highly burred and marbleised effect.  Learn more about Armourcoats extensive line of polished plaster finishes.

ArmourColor

Created from an ongoing development programme committed to product innovation and technical excellence, ArmourColor offers a new range of high performance, interior wall finishes. The ArmourColor range can create the perfect interior for all functional and design requirements, and make ideal wall coatings for commercial and residential use, particularly in high traffic areas.

The finishes use light and shade to reveal an array of subtle textures and tones. Designed with cool and elegant colour palettes, ArmourColor creates stunning wall finishes where changing light exposes visual highlights within the surface. Unique product properties create a multi-tone effect, which brings drama and interest to any interior.

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Armourcoat Sculptural Wall Finishes
Armourcoat’s Sculptural panel systems offer a seamless three dimensional wall covering. They make a statement wherever they are used. From large scale commercial areas to feature walls in residential properties Armourcoat Sculptural walls add depth and grandeur to any space. Each of the 24 designs is created using a combination of traditional hand sculpting and computer aided design to ensure total accuracy during installation whilst retaining the essence of hand crafting.  

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