Interior plaster has always been an essential component in construction and renovations, renowned for its practical and aesthetic qualities. However, wall design offers more than just traditional plastering
With the rapid advancements in material technologies and design approaches, the range of available wall coatings has significantly expanded. From rustic wood paneling to cutting-edge, innovative coating solutions, the world of interior wall decoration offers a plethora of possibilities that can transform spaces into bona fide works of art.
The Magic of Materials: An Overview
Every material tells its own story and imparts a room with a distinct atmosphere and depth. When selecting the appropriate wall coating, both functional and aesthetic aspects play a pivotal role
Some materials, such as natural stone, represent durability and elegance, while mineral wall coatings impress with their natural texture, breathability, and ability to positively impact the indoor climate. Wallpapers offer a wide range of design possibilities, ranging from simple to extravagant. In recent years, new trends have emerged that appreciate traditions while also integrating innovative approaches
It’s not just about aesthetics: many wall coating materials also provide special functional benefits, such as sound or heat insulation. With a wide range of options, from traditional to avant-garde, wall design offers more possibilities than ever before to create individual accents and truly bring spaces to life.
Traditional Wall Coatings: Beyond Just Plaster
For centuries, people have been striving to customize and create cozy living spaces. Beyond traditional interior plaster, classic wall coatings provide a multitude of options to impart character to rooms
Wooden claddings infuse rooms with a warm and natural ambiance, evoking the charm of alpine chalets or cozy country homes
Paint coatings are a reliable method for quickly and easily transforming walls according to individual taste, allowing you to immerse a room in unique atmospheres
Stones and bricks, with their sturdy and rustic appearance, evoke a feeling of durability and tradition.
These traditional options, which have stood the test of time for generations, provide not only visual benefits but also functional ones – whether it be their long-lasting durability, their insulating properties, or their contribution to the room’s climate
Innovative coating solutions by IBOD
In the constantly evolving world of interior design, IBOD always strives to provide our customers with exceptional and high-quality solutions. Our mineral wall coatings, such as the doppo Waschputz Mediterran or the doppo Ambiente Wand, take center stage in modern space design. They combine the inherent advantages of mineral materials – such as breathability, moisture regulation, and a positive impact on indoor climate – with innovative application techniques
These coatings are not only visually appealing but also highly sustainable and environmentally friendly. With our decades of experience and unwavering commitment to perfection, IBOD has developed patented wall coating solutions that excel in both design and functionality. Having IBOD by your side ensures that you are always at the forefront of contemporary design, bringing a unique touch to your space.
The Art of Application
A high-quality wall coating alone does not guarantee a perfect result. The key to achieving an impressive wall design lies in the proper execution. Each material has its own specific requirements for preparing the wall surfaces, handling specific tools, and applying the coating
Careful preparation, such as surface preparation and priming, is often the initial step towards achieving a flawless finish. The expertise and experience of the professional greatly impact the final outcome. Each wall is unique, and no square meter is alike – mineral coatings create artistic surfaces that are one-of-a-kind. Trust in the expertise of professionals like IBOD or our specialist contractors and achieve the desired result you have envisioned.
The future of wall design
In a time where digitalization and sustainability go hand in hand, new horizons are opening up for wall designs. Smart wall coatings, which integrate technology in a functional and interactive way, are increasingly bringing rooms to life and adapting to changing needs. In parallel, there is a growing demand for environmentally friendly materials that are not only resource-efficient, but also have a positive impact on the indoor climate
Equally important is the aspect of individualization: wall designs are increasingly customized, reflecting personalities and telling stories. In this dynamic realm of wall design, it is fascinating to witness the fusion of tradition and innovation, creating spaces that are not only visually appealing but also future-proof.
Frequently Asked Questions
What types of interior plaster are there?
There are various types of interior plaster that can be used depending on the requirements and desired aesthetics. These include:
– Lime plaster: It is breathable and has a moisture-regulating effect.
– Gypsum plaster: It creates a particularly smooth surface and is often used in dry rooms.
– Cement plaster: It is commonly used in damp areas due to its water-repellent properties.
– Clay plaster: It is ecologically friendly, moisture-regulating, and provides a pleasant indoor climate.
– Lime-cement plaster: This mixture can be used in both dry and wet environments
Do I need to maintain interior plasters, mineral coatings, or wallpapers?
In general, the materials are relatively easy to maintain. However, it is advisable to regularly inspect the walls for any damage or moisture issues. Some types of plaster, such as clay plaster, may be more susceptible to mechanical impact and may require occasional renewal or repair. If needed, walls can also be cleaned with a damp cloth, while always taking into consideration the specific properties of the plaster being used.
What is the cost of having a room plastered?
The cost of plastering a room can vary depending on the size of the room, the type of plaster chosen (whether it is base or topcoat plaster), the condition of the substrate (whether it is masonry, plasterboard or concrete), and regional price differences