Update on Plaster Ceiling Roses new Stockport showroom

Update on Plaster Ceiling Roses new Stockport showroom

Friday 31st July 2020 - We're delighted to bring you an update on progress at our first ever showroom in the North of England. We've been busy renovating this beautiful four storey Victorian corner property that once was used as a local supermarket. Our vision is to create a plaster coving and plaster ceiling rose showroom that enables our customers to book see and feel the quality of our plaster products. Visitors will also be able to view a wide range of victorian timber skirting boards, architraves and original timber mouldings. Visitors can also discuss coving installation and a full range of plastering services. Our clients will also be able to collect orders from the new showroom.

Work in progress is progressing at pace with both our upstairs offices completed and ready for floor coverings to be installed. Our two new main office spaces features signature Swan Neck Plaster Coving (LPC030) and traditional Victorian plaster coving (LPC072) both professionally installed to illustrate the elegance of these plaster features. The cornices are complemented by two of our best selling plaster ceiling roses. The first is our ornate victorian rose (LPR011) and the second is our large plaster swags rose (LPR072).

Meanwhile work on the outside of the showroom is progressing well. We've been busy with acid and a jet wash restoring the original Victorian brickwork and removing decades of faded paint. Alongside this work is our new main shopfront window. This elegant timber framework is fully made and the installation is nearing completion.

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 article we're featuring a short video showing the showroom window viewed from within along with site photos showing the work in progress.

All of the products that will feature in our new showroom are available directly from plasterceilingroses.com.

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