Medias Painting LLC provides custom Art Solutions through different types of Italian Plaster finishes. We use the highest quality plaster, imported from Italy, which allow use to create and recreate a variety of materials for decorating interior walls and ceilings. We can reproduce historic materials, used for building castle, for you to enjoy your own home. Please see the sample bellow and visit the Italian Plaster Gallery.
Classic Polished Plaster has various other names – “Spaculata”, “Stucco Veneziano” and “Grasello”. This plaster is applied in 4 – 7 layers with a high grade steel blade finishing trowel. The plaster is made up of marble dust, lime putty and additives. This gives remarkable depth and a luxurious glassy mirror-like finish.
This historic classic of the decorative tradition in Tuscany and central Italy has the look and feel of unpolished Travertine stone. The marble flour and selected sands make it highly durable. It is 100% limestone plaster. Calcenova’s low gloss finish is incredibly smooth and soft to the touch. give your walls the “dipped in marble” look
Provides an old world, rustic or Italian villa look. Can be textured as much or little as desired. Heavier texture yields some cracks which add to the old world look. Color can be either mixed with plaster or can be troweled untinted and then colored with a tinted matte wax (which adds additional protection).
A custom metallic finish that provides an elegant touch to any decor. Keycoat’s metallic marmorino has a shimmering finish that shifts with the light. This gives a pure luxury look available in silver, gold and bronze.
Stucco Romano has many faces. Using this plaster and different trowelling techniques will accomplish many different effects that you desire, from smooth to lightly textured old world look. A single color can be used or if variety is what your looking for then, us a bi-color or a tri-color mix. The only limitation is your taste and imagination
Looking for something unique and dramatic? Stucco Valentino is a finish that will excite your senses. This picture does not do this finish the justice that it deserves, because you can\\’t touch it or feel it. This finish brings art to your walls, dimension
Overload for your senses. Only one word will describe this finish: WOW! You could put this finish in any room in your house but, why would you want to! This finish was mean for the one area in the house where WOW is right at home.
Travertino is 100% lime-based plaster meeting restoration requirements. This plaster is excellent for columns, fireplaces, and walls of indirect lighting. As the indirect light of the day changes, the cut of the plaster reflects differently to bring out different shades, and can have the appearance of unpolished Travertine Stone. Now close your eyes again for just a second and visualize travertine block on your walls. Bring a little of Rome to your surroundings. It may even last as long as some of Rome’s Masterpieces.
This Venetian plaster with terracotta granules makes a statement like no other. On the last pass while the plaster is burnished, the terracotta granules are crushed leaving mini explosion of terracotta through the finish.
This castle wall plaster is a very popular dating back to the Renaissance; originating in the ancient city of Mantua. From Tuscan colors to palatial off whites, Stucco Mantovano has a “one of a kind” stunning appearance seen throughout Italy.
Murs d’Art is Italy’s authentic original faux look. It is very popular and its appearance is texture and rock. Surprisingly smooth to the touch, this Venetian plaster has the look and feel of stone and has a hint of Spain. This is cellulose based stucco that is excellent for interiors; is mold and mildew resistant, and helps in sound-proofing.
Travertino is 100% lime-based plaster meeting restoration requirements. This plaster is excellent for columns, fireplaces, and walls of indirect lighting. As the indirect light of the day changes, the cut of the plaster reflects differently to bring out different shades, and can have the appearance of unpolished Travertine Stone.
Marmorino is 100% lime-based plaster meeting restoration requirements. The finish is more matte in appearance with real black or white Carrera marble rock bits showing. This plaster is plush and is found throughout Italy, inside or outside!
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