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Australian Architectural Decorative Plaster Characteristics

Below lists a summary of decorative plaster style characteristics.

Modern

Plain styles consisting of straight sharp lines and right angles or no pattern at all, are todays latest Contemporary styles. Modern architectural collection>

Colonial

Designs consisting of soft curves, multiple fine lines and wave patterns, the colonial range is known as the Elegant style that will never date. Colonial architectural collection>

Art Deco

Diamonds, Triangles, Bold Squares, Layered Shapes and Vertical Lines all help create this Ultra Retro style. Art Deco architectural collection>

Victorian

Medium to heavy Leaf patterns with no or minimal flowers are the look of this simple detailed style. Victorian Paddinton consists of multiple lines and deep coves typically found in terrace homes of the era.  Victorian architectural collection>

Federation

Chain and drape Designs consisting of medalions, bows, urns with leafy chain details joining the pattern together, were Inspired by the European classical style. Federation architectural collection>

Georgian

Dentil patterns, together with egg and dart designs create this very eye catching style. Georgian architectural collection>

Neo Gothic

A Range of diverse shapes that create overlapping patterns, are the rare but unique style of the Neo Gothic era. Neo Gothic architectural collection>

 

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