What types of frescoes exist and how to use them in the interior?
One of the most common types of interior decoration are frescoes. They are able to give a sense of charm and sophistication to any room, elegantly located on a wall, ceiling or column. The use of frescoes in the interior makes it possible to visually expand the space. Murals can have a modern and vintage look.
Photo: painting the walls in the hallway
Combination of fresco with interior
Wall murals in the interior can be made on one canvas or combine several separate parts, depending on the total area. With the use of solid web completion of the work is easy. For this purpose, moldings or decorative plaster are ideal.
Reasonable price of such cloths allows to decorate living quarters for people with average incomes. The combination of the latest technological processes allows you to create high-quality murals from environmentally friendly materials at an affordable price. This is due to the fact that the production of today's frescoes does not need the services of expensive artists. This is also reflected in the short production time.
Due to the variety of fresco textures, various decorative effects are achieved. It can be imitation of aging with cracks, and painter brush stains, and much more. Digital seamless fresco retains all the subtleties of handmade.
The installation technique is reminiscent of gluing non-woven wallpaper or photo wallpaper. In case of difficulty in assembling the fresco, you can seek help from qualified specialists, especially with regard to the docking of paintings.
The visualization service allows you to preview the interior in combination with the mural in the photo.
Photo: selection of fresco columns
Types of frescoes and their features
1. Digital murals created using the technology of flexible plaster, with further UV printing are distinguished by their high durability. They are waterproof, fire-resistant, and do not lose their properties at negative ambient temperatures.
2. In the production of fresco-brushes used quartz sand, interlining and reinforced paper. Such murals can serve about ten years. The fresco brush is made on a 2.5x5m canvas. If necessary, docking of several canvases. This version of the fresco is the cheapest, but it does not affect the quality.
Tip: To clean the fresco-brush, use ordinary detergents. Thanks to a special protective coating, it does not need to buy expensive formulations.
3. The fresco-sand with the effect of a smooth stone is made from quartz sand and marble chips. In the finished form is the delivery of the canvas, which is mounted in the usual way. Wall murals in the interior made of sand material resembles a polished stone. Such material can withstand any wet cleaning. The maximum size of the fresco sand is 2.6 x 5m. In some cases, docking with special technology is allowed.
4. Frescoes in the interior - the breeze conveys the look of a rocky surface. Made on the basis of quartz sand. These murals are created with the effect of painting on the wall. On the ceiling, this technique is not used. The sandy texture is what distinguishes these frescoes from others. Breeze has no dimensional restrictions and has a very simple installation technique.
5. Smooth polished stone is an anti-fresco. Antico 2,6x5m mural produced in size is great for docking. Very durable and water resistant.
6. The most common and demanded by buyers type of "stone" frescoes - this is a relief. It has the same dimensions as the previous "stone" murals.
7. Fresco in the interior of Venice with small cracks creates a feeling of old walls. The same effect is achieved when using the canvas Venezia silver.
Photo: digital fresco in the bedroom interior
Photo: original application of the fresco in the children's room
There are three temporary indicators of the fresco. They can be performed with a different stage of aging. The effectiveness of aging depends on the amount of marble chips applied to the cracks.