Do you want to hide cracks between ceiling and wall, or to no longer see the gaps and cracks between the floor and the wall or want to cover up cables, pipes and conduits then plaster cornice and mouldings are the best option for this. Mouldings we mostly see on ceilings of older homes but they are now going to be used ever more in modern interiors. By placing coving, rosettes and mouldings on the ceiling gets a comfortable room and calm atmosphere. A bedroom can get a sleek and romantic look to the ceiling with a decorative frame. The application of coving we see more and more these days.
Other names for plaster mouldings are coving used between wall and ceiling and perk lists setup on ceiling or wall. Most trim elements are now made by machine and are available in various styles such as;
- Ceiling Lists: Cornices – coving: decorative finish between wall and ceiling
- Frame Lists: to create a framework or restrictions on the ceiling
- Cailing Roses and Ornaments: a rose or an ornament can be used to decorate your ceiling, or to hedge a bright spot
- Wall Frames and Wall Skirting: plaster wall mouldings can be used as a decorative finish to the wall or for decorating such as a door or cupboard.