Decorative specialist Armourcoat, regarded as a pioneer in creating stunning and original environmentally friendly decorative products, has launched a new natural clay lime plaster range.
Clime plasters are designed to improve the quality of living and working interiors and to minimise the impact of wall finishing products on the environment.
Naturally sustainable, Clime clay lime plasters incorporate abundant raw earth materials, such as unfired clay, marble, limestone and hydraulic lime. The plaster range is cement and VOC free, biodegradable and recyclable.
Clime plasters create healthy interiors, with beautiful finishes in tune with nature and engaging traditional decorative skills. Combining the benefits of natural products with modern and artisan techniques, Armourcoat Clime offers a whole new experience in decoration for the business and the home, but one that has its roots in history.
Armourcoat Clime clay lime plasters are available in two standard finishes: Clime Matte and Clime Stone. The former creates a finely textured, subtle finish which radiates the natural material used, while the latter includes crushed marble to create a heavier texture, suitable for large areas, where a more dramatic finish is desired.
Both finishes come in 15 colours and are suitable for internal areas. Custom colours and finishing techniques are also possible, including banding, layering and pearlescent washes.
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