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Stone plaster: a variety of forms and textures (25 photos)


Masonry is always associated with safety and nobility. The use of artificial and natural stone is a time consuming and expensive process. The best alternative to which is considered decorative plaster under the stone. The variety of forms and textures allows you to create all sorts of finishes and colors.

They plaster under the stone the external facades of walls, basements, street stairs, as well as the interior surfaces of the rooms.

Stucco for wild stone can be made in several ways, depending on the purpose of the wall and the desired end result.




Features of plaster under the stone

  • A huge variety of shapes, textures and colors. With the solution you can recreate any effect of the stone.
  • The best ratio of cost and quality characteristics of the material.
  • Versatility. Can be used for interior and exterior decoration, wall decoration, stairs, and fences.
  • Leveling surfaces. Under the layer of plaster, you can align any walls.
  • The use of the machine method of applying the mixture reduces the process several times.
  • Combination with any decor. Imitation stone fits perfectly into any interiors and exteriors.
  • The use of finishes as a finishing finish.
  • The presence of cement improves the strength of the walls and increases resistance to ultraviolet and weather conditions.
  • The ability to perform work on their own.




The advantages of finishing under the stone

  • Great appearance. Decorative plaster "old stone" looks almost identical to natural stone.
  • No delamination and cracking of surfaces.
  • Long service life.
  • Additional wall insulation.
  • Resistance to mechanical stress, changes in weather conditions, microorganisms (fungi and bacteria). With frequent changes of temperature and bad weather, the outer finishing layer is perfectly preserved, without losing the physical qualities and the original appearance.
  • Featuring vapor permeability. Finishing does not affect the microclimate in the rooms. There is no isolated space effect.
  • Simplicity, low complexity of finishing works.
  • The lack of special rules of care.
  • Low cost of consumables.



Required materials and tools

For a high-quality finish, not only high-quality blends are needed, but also hand tools. The main ones include spatulas: narrow, wide, straight, trapezoidal, the choice is individual for each individual case. Wide use for the initial application of the solution over the entire area. Narrow align the mixture in the corners, near baseboards, window and door openings. Venetian trowel is mainly used to create textures. The roller is necessary for leveling soft types of plaster, the sprayer is used for lacquering finishes.




The composition of the mixture

Depending on the type of texture, different materials can be used.

Preparing work surfaces for stone plastering does not have strict requirements. It is important to correctly complete the main steps.

Extrusion imitation is used for exterior wall decoration. On the foundation and walls, stamping creates a repeating pattern with deep and clear borders. The variety of such stamps is impressive. It can be a small stone, and a Roman pattern.

The finished mixture is applied to areas of no more than 3 square meters. Subsequent actions depend on the type of texture selected.

  • Large (wild) stone. The prepared mixture is dosed onto the walls and compacted with a trowel until the required density is formed. Cover layer applied after, rubbed over to eliminate irregularities. Next, the drying solution is rubbed with floats.
  • Small stone. The solution has a finer granularity. The trowel creates a relief that is rubbed down to a finely dispersed form.
  • Marmorino The method is to use a special mixture for plaster. To imitate the texture of a stone, a chisel is used that determines the boundaries of the stone.
  • Torn stone Similar to the technology of the wild stone. Textured notches are applied chaotically, for realism, the strokes make different thicknesses.

More complex textures are created similarly. To slow down the wear of the surface technology is applied wax.

To imitate the texture of cracks on the walls, it is necessary to use a building dryer, observing the following rules.

  • The size of the cracks, depth and pattern depend on the thickness and humidity of the solution.
  • Drying is carried out at a maximum temperature at a distance of 15 cm to the wall.
  • Next, you need to wipe the lining with sandpaper and trowel until a uniform gloss.
  • To reduce the settling of dust on the walls and premature destruction of the plaster must be varnished.

Applying plaster of different colors is made until completely dry, so that the layers adhere firmly to each other.