Torquay: Plaster Coving, Cornice and Roses

Welcome to Torquay, a charming town on the English Riviera known for its rich history and stunning architecture. With a wealth of Victorian, Edwardian, and Georgian houses, Torquay is a haven for homeowners who appreciate the elegance and character of these period properties. From the intricate detailing of the Victorian era to the grandeur of the Georgian style, our town is a treasure trove of architectural delights. Each village within Torquay showcases its own unique charm, with areas such as Wellswood, St Marychurch, and Cockington Village boasting a collection of beautiful period homes.

At Plaster Ceiling Roses, we understand the importance of preserving the authenticity and beauty of your period home. Our excellent range of high-quality, traditionally made plaster coving, cornice, and ceiling roses are meticulously crafted by hand to enhance the interior of your cherished property. With our extensive selection, you can find the perfect design to complement the architectural style of your Victorian, Edwardian, or Georgian house. From ornate ceiling roses to intricate cornices, our products add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any room. With all items in stock and fast delivery to Torquay, we ensure that your home restoration project is completed without any delay. Don't let your interior decoration be incomplete - choose Plaster Ceiling Roses to transform your home into a true masterpiece.


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

Phone us directly on 0204 538 7491

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

Delivery to Torquay

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

Wellswood (TQ1), St Marychurch (TQ1), Cockington Village (TQ2), Maidencombe (TQ1), Babbacombe (TQ1), Chelston (TQ2), Livermead (TQ2), Barton (TQ2), Shiphay (TQ2), Torre (TQ2), Watcombe (TQ2), St. Mary's (TQ1)