Crown Point Cabinetry offers custom cabinets for period style kitchens, baths, offices, laundry rooms, home bars and more. Styles include Shaker, Arts & Crafts, Early American, Victorian and Transitional.
By using modern materials and a traditional technique, it is possible to repair plaster ceilings that are cracking and delaminating. Here is a step-by-step guide to how to fix plaster ceilings in your old house.
Plaster walls are like a thin skin applied over wood or steel lathe, so is it any wonder they yield as buildings settle or traffic vibrations wiggle them loose? While plaster is a remarkably resilient material, it’s inevitable that it will gain a few cracks over time.
Calcimine, old papers, peeling paint! Preparing the plaster substrate is the key to a good paint or wallpaper finish. In an old house, it’s not always an easy job: surprises likely lurk behind the recent latex and that floral vinyl upstairs.
American Clay natural earth plaster products are a healthy and creative solution for beautiful interiors. Our gorgeous, sustainable clay plasters offer a non-toxic alternative for residential and commercial interior wall coverings.
Big Wally’s Plaster Magic® provides a fundamental reinforcement of your plaster walls and ceilings. The most important aspect of plaster repair is to stabilize your existing plaster first-before filling in holes and cracks.
Plaster in a historic building is like a family album. The handwriting of the artisans, the taste of the original occupants, and the evolving styles of decoration are embodied in the fabric of the building. From modest farmhouses to great buildings, regardless of the ethnic origins of the occupants, plaster has traditionally been used to finish interior walls.
Recreate the essence of period interiors using "Petitsin" ornaments and moldings. Exquisitely detailed, flexible, easy to install French-inspired moldings for ceilings, walls, fireplaces, cornices, doors, and furniture.