Droylsden: Plaster Coving, Cornice and Roses

Droylsden, a charming suburb located in North West England, boasts a rich history of architectural marvels. This picturesque area is renowned for its exquisite Victorian, Edwardian, and Georgian houses, showcasing the epitome of elegance and style. Characterized by their intricate detailing and period features, these homes have become a cherished part of Droylsden's heritage. From the ornate cornices to the grand ceiling roses, every element reflects the craftsmanship and opulence of a bygone era. Nestled amidst stunning geographic features, such as lush green landscapes and serene waterways, Droylsden is a haven for homeowners seeking to embrace the allure of timeless beauty.

At Plaster Ceiling Roses, we take pride in offering an exceptional range of high-quality, handcrafted plaster coving, cornice, and ceiling roses that perfectly complement the interior of these period houses. Our meticulously crafted products, made with traditional techniques, effortlessly enhance the grandeur and elegance of your home. With our extensive stock, you can easily find the ideal piece to add a touch of sophistication to your living space. Moreover, we understand the importance of prompt service, ensuring fast delivery without any long lead times. Additionally, for your convenience, you can also collect your chosen items from our Stockport counter. Without our exquisite range of products, your interior decoration remains incomplete, lacking the timeless charm that these period houses deserve.

Whatever type of property you have in Droylsden, we are sure you will find the right plaster coving on our site, for any further information please contact us:

Phone us directly on 01615240862

Alternatively you can email us directly at service@shawfieldpark.co.uk

Delivery to Droylsden

Whilst we deliver across the entire county we often deliver to the following areas and surrounding areas:

Fairfield (M43), Little Moss (M43), Greenside (M43), Edge Lane (M43), Clayton (M11), Audenshaw (M34), Openshaw (M11)