Stucco decoration can be called a universal decoration solution, because it looks great in any room: offices, restaurants, administrative institutions and, of course, residential buildings and apartments. The choice of stucco decoration depends on such factors as the size and configuration of the room, as well as the specifics of the interior. For light and spacious rooms it is best to use stucco in antique style with complex elements. For interiors of modest size, stucco patterns of Art Deco or Art Nouveau, which are simple and rigorous, are suitable. During the repair of apartments under the price, for decoration of premises used gypsum and styrofoam. Given the difference in the properties of the material, each type of stucco has its own characteristics.

The undeniable advantages of plaster stucco include the following:

  • resistance to moisture and high temperatures;
  • unpreparedness in care;
  • chemical and bacteriological stability (allow using this type of stucco decoration not only inside but also outside of buildings);
  • wear resistance;
  • environmental friendliness;
  • variety of forms;
  • gypsum stucco painting can be done in any desired tint.

Polyfoam stucco also has many advantages:

  • light weight even in volume decor;
  • ease of installation;
  • durability;
  • easily restored if necessary.

Pateinus: a finding for interior design

Along with decorative stucco, design technology such as pattining of furniture and other items of furniture is now widely used. To explain that such a patina on furniture is simple enough: it is visible signs of aging of wood, which appear in the change of texture and color of the surface of products. In the case of artificial patting of wooden furniture, it is important to choose the correct color of the patina to make it look natural and organic. In general, the same applies to the processing of metal items patina. Titinization of a metal can be carried out in various ways, but the purpose of this process in all cases is the appearance on the metal surface of a characteristic plaque. For example, on steel products it has a yellow color, on copper – green, on bronze – brown. Silver is known to black when aged.

If you do not at all want to create the effect of natural aging of certain objects in your interior, patina on furniture or other products can be performed in any color scheme. So, modern designers often use patina of red, burgundy, turquoise, blue and even purple in the design of the premises. However, in such experiments, it is important that the selected shade is combined with the overall color palette of the room: textiles and carpets, walls, ceilings, etc. To avoid mistakes and not to spoil the overall look of the room, use the board of specialist in the design of interiors.

The same patinization procedure can be done on its own.

The patina for the tree with its own hands can be made on the basis of acrylic dye. It is best to use bronze or gold for these purposes.

The algorithm is simple enough:

  • The surface is cleaned of dust and leveled.
  • Apply a primer coat.
  • Apply the first layer of paint.
  • After drying the dye surface zaskryvayut.
  • Repeated dyeing is carried out.
  • Excessive dye is removed with a sponge.

The dry surface is covered with matte or glossy varnish.

This technology is a budget variant of patinization, which will allow you to emphasize the beauty of your wooden furniture at no extra cost.