JH Plastering on renovation of our lounge byrnesurfaces on lime plastering plasterboard.… Simon Drew on lime plastering plasterboard.… renovation of our lo… on renovation of our lounge John Rushton on renovation of our lounge
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using Earthborne white Clay paint and mixing with three earth pigments harvested from the local seacliffs, these paintings depict coastal and estuary scenes around Appledore. Paintings are 1000 mm x 600 mm on canvas.
The walls were still lime plaster, some on masonry and some on lath but all were painted with purple emulsion. They were pitted, some of the top coat of plaster was pealing off and the walls had been chased for … Continue reading
http://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/mythmix/mythmix.htm This article by Gerard Lynch was published in 2007. It’s been ten years and still the ready mixed lime mortar producers haven’t fully taken it on board. The most enlightening statement for me is this: “under analysis, the majority … Continue reading
It took about half an hour, but I thought it would be nice to add some colour – only water colour but the lime is so smooth and paper like it took the paint easily. an alternative technique to carefully … Continue reading
Stamped plaster work. Initial trials of stamping lime plaster with wooden blocks using an innovative plaster recipe. The plaster can be used as an ultra fine lime finishing plaster which can be applied 3-4mm thick and simply trowelled smooth but … Continue reading
start with a bare wall, loose material removed, brushed down and lightly wetted . apply plaster around the edge like a frame ; i got the left hand one flat then some horizontal ribs to project the levels to the … Continue reading