Welcome to Living Plasters
The Living Plasters team offers healthy, non-toxic, and environmentally friendly interior finishes that are decorative, high-performance and long-lasting. Our plaster is the ideal choice for homeowners, designers, and architects alike in the Denver metropolitan area and across Colorado’s Front Range. As a sub-company of Living Craft Design Build, we are licensed and insured contractors, ready to make your remodel, redecorating project, or new home stand out.
As an alternative wall covering to paint, wallpaper, or wood, our locally sourced clay and lime plasters are fully customizable in both color and texture. Whether you are looking for a decorative finish like Venetian plaster, enjoy the texture of adobe, or are seeking a smooth marble-like finish, we’d love to work with you to meet your style and design needs.
Made using natural materials, plaster complements wood, stone, tile, and metal with its varied texture and depth of color. Additionally, benefits offered by these green materials include increased building health and comfort, and improved ambience of the interior space.
Contact us today to schedule a meeting, request a quote, or learn more.
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Are you a designer, builder, or architect working in the Denver area? Or are you interested in a plaster project in your own home? Set up an appointment to meet us at our showroom and get your hands and eyes on samples of our plaster options.
Limewash is a hot topic right now. It is also known as whitewash, lime paint, or whiting. It’s made by mixing slaked lime in water. We love it as an alternative to paint that is natural, mineral based, and non toxic. Let’s get into how to use it and what sort of finishes are possible. […]
We found this amazing blog entry that details the history of Japanese trowels. In our plastering jobs, we use trowels extensively, and own a variety of kinds. I often find that the Japanese trowels have a better feel, balance, and usability than others in our quiver. Maybe that’s because the history of the Japanese trowel […]
We install a lot of tadelakt showers, walls, sinks, and back-splashes. We even teach workshops on the process as a part of a couple of natural building and plaster workshops and internships. Plus, we all have a lot of love for the craft. It is one method of creating a polished plaster, which is specifically […]