The walls on this house were power washed to remove any loose paint, stabilised using stabilising primer and two coats of masonry paint applied.
To achieve this finish the walls were prepared and cross lined before painting. Cross lined is when two layers of lining paper are applied one horizontal and one verticical,
we can achieve a finish as good as plaster using this method at half the price of plastering.
Here we stripped the room. Built cupboards and storage units, Treated walls with with alkali resisting primer and cellar paint. well used satinwood on all wood work and floorshield applied to floor.
Below is work from the Chateau in France where we worked for long periods of time. In this room we re plastered the walls, applied lining paper to walls and then applied a very expensive wallpaper. also in the room was colour matching for the stain work and picking the windows out in the cream we thought complimented the room nicely.