Architects drawing of Plaster Ceiling Roses new Stockport showrrom

Plaster Ceiling Roses new showroom to open in 2020

At the beginning of 2020 we announced our intention to open our first ever showroom in the North of England featuring a rich and varied collection of plaster coving and plaster ceiling roses along with specialist period timber mouldings, skirting boards, architraves and much, much more. Since then we've been working hard on renovating a magnificent three storey Victorian building located on Bramhall Lane just outside Stockport Town Centre.

Our comprehensive showroom will provide an ideal setting for clients to view our extensive range of plaster covings, ceiling roses and associated products, with designs from the Georgian period right through to the present day. We'll welcome clients to come in and discuss coving installation and a full range of plastering services. Our clients will also be able to collect orders from the new showroom and this may be possible whilst the building is under renovation. Please call if you would like to arrange to collect your order from Davenport.

During the extensive renovation phase we've stayed true to our vision by incorporating as many original Victorian features into the showroom as possible. In this, the first of many articles we're featuring a short video along with site photos showing the work in progress at roof level. Our renovation works incorporate original sash windows with traditional Victorian colour schemes, lead flashings and bespoke timber corbels supporting original timber guttering. All of these products are available directly from

Simply call 0161 408 2882 or 0203 286 2882 or email

We'll be posting regular updates of renovation progress with individual photos showing some of the beautiful and unique fixtures and fittings we offer alongside our huge range of plaster and timber products.

We'll keep you updated with regular articles and our proposed opening date and look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful new showroom.

Chris Jones - April 2020

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