Ten residential interiors showcasing exposed plaster walls

An award-winning council house renovation and homes with curved design elements feature in our latest lookbook, which collects ten interiors that celebrate the versatility of plaster walls.

Plaster is a protective building material traditionally used to coat walls and ceilings, which are often then covered with decorative paint or wallpaper.

But architects and designers can also leave a room’s plaster exposed to reduce the cost of a project or create a more rugged visual effect.

From a bright cottage extension in Australia to a renovated rooftop apartment in Israel, here are ten examples of residential projects with textured plaster walls that complement the rest of their interior designs.


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