How to Mimic Venetian Plaster With Joint Compound?

Answer Textured walls provide a room with architectural and dimensional interest, and various techniques used with joint compound allow you to mimic the look you want in the room without using plaster. A ... Read More »

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Faux Plaster Effect With Joint Compound?

Traditional plaster and lath finish is a painstaking process that creates a textured, high-quality finish. Faux plaster finishes involving joint compound are experiencing a resurgence in popularity... Read More »

Is venetian plaster the same thing as imperial plaster?

Venetian plaster is a centuries old plastering recipe incorporating slaked limestone and marble dust combined with water. Imperial plaster is a modern product made in the U.S. by the USG Corporatio... Read More »

Spackling Compound Vs. Plaster or Drywall Compound for Repairs?

The best material for repairs depends on the extent of the damage to be repaired and the type of material being repaired. A general rule is to make repairs with like materials, but drywall compound... Read More »

How to Venetian Plaster?

Venetian Plastering has been used for hundreds of years yet has remained in fashion for that period. This is due to its deep, gloss marble effect that creates unique and stunning rooms.