Not everybody likes a nice satiny finish to their walls or ceilings. Sometimes a little punch of texture gives the room flair, or disguises structural flaws. Adding specialty texturing finishes can make a room look bigger or bring a high ceiling closer depending on the finish, color and the technique used.
Not your ordinary paint job
Applying special plaster finishes and textures is not for the faint of heart- one wrong move and you could destroy the whole effect. Some of the techniques take several steps to be done correctly so is you are a person with a history of not following through on your projects, this might not be something you want to undertake at all. Hiring a specialty plaster contractor can ensure that all of the necessary steps are done in the right order and with the right results. You want to be happy with what you have.
Not your ordinary plaster contractor
If you think you have seen every type of texture or specialty finish there is to see, think again- there are several options that you probably did not even think of. Ask the plaster contractor to show you the sample book to get an idea of what you would like to have whether you think you already know or not- you may be shocked at what is possible in the world of plaster finishing.
Not your ordinary home
No one want to think that they have a cookie cutter home- especially in neighborhoods that are all designed and built by the same company. If you would like to make a statement of individuality in your Kansas home, consider adding a little textural appeal to at least one room. Then yours can be the most talked about house on the block.
Not your ordinary choice
People often forget their ceilings when they hire a contractor and just end up slapping white paint on it and calling it finished. Or, they just have the entire room painted the same color from top to bottom which gives you the rather unsettling feeling of being stuck in a box. Before you go to either extreme, discuss the possibility of adding texture or specialized finished to your ceiling, with a plaster contractor. A ceiling does not have to be boring, flat and white. It can actually have pop and add focus to the room- if you have the right person for the job and the right texture to make it happen.