Clay facing plaster: feels good, looks good. And is healthy to live in.
Composed of colored sand and colored binding agent, i.e. clay, a clay facing plaster differs from a coat of paint in its thicker layer, its stability and robustness. Since a plaster is applied in thicker layers, there are various design options. Smoothing creates a very smooth and fine surface, while sponging produces a light surface structure that creates optical depth: light and shadow play on the walls and thus create a constantly changing effect in the room.
The last plaster layer has many names, but is often referred to as facing plaster, finishing plaster or simply colored plaster, and it is characterized by tactile and visual specialties such as a fine texture and a particularly attractive appearance.
It should be noted that decorative plasters always appear a little cloudy due to their low layer thickness and the way they are processed. In contrast to a coat of paint, plaster is three-dimensional and color changes are not uncommon.