Jesmonite is a versatile composite material used in construction and fine arts. Even though it was invented in 1984, jesmonite became increasingly popular over the past five years when it started being used by interior designers, architects and furniture makers such as Russell Pinch, and it was even named 'Material of [...]
Once only found in Victorian homes, Victorian cornices and ceiling roses have now become one of the most popular choices for period plasterwork as they can quickly improve and enhance your home. Victorian ceiling roses add character and charm to tired ceilings, and even the simplest Victorian cornice can add a [...]
We recently had the pleasure of working with Charlie and Jawad, a lovely couple from Leeds who bought a Victorian villa and decided to renovate their two bedrooms into a luxurious master ensuite. The project results were simply stunning with the renovation being featured in George Clarke’s 'Old House New Home’ on [...]
Whether you're renovating a period property or revamping an old barn, wooden beams are a great way of adding character to a property. Unfortunately, not every building can handle the weight of wooden beams, nor can they be installed easily. This is especially true if you’re looking to build an oak framed house or your [...]
The world of movies and television has evolved tenfold, with more and more productions offering sterling cast performances and amazing special effects. However, that’s not to say that more conventional methods of creating new worlds are any less relevant. In fact, the use of plaster moulding remains a popular choice when [...]
This month, after celebrating International Women's day and Mother's day, we've decided to interview a woman who's been in the plastering industry for 30 years and has helped shape Bespoke Plaster Mouldings into its current state; our Works Director, Joanne Simpson.