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Stevensons of Norwich
Vulcan Road South
Norwich
NR6 6AF
United Kingdom

The Stevensons of Norwich showroom is open
8am-5pm, Monday to Friday
(exc. Bank Holidays)

Lath Restoration

Any restoration work required on a lath and lime plaster wall or ceiling will be done in situ by our team of experienced plasterers, replacing any failing laths, and restoring the surface using traditional lime plaster techniques, providing a natural look to the repaired surface.

Forest Stewardship Council

Forest Stewardship Council®

Sustainable Timber Lathes

Stevensons of Norwich ensure that the timber lathes used in our lath and lime plasterwork installation and restoration projects come from FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) accredited UK suppliers.

For over 25 years, the FSC has promoted responsible management of the world's forests, bringing together experts and businesses to ensure that timber is used from sustainable managed sources.

Lath & Lime Plasterwork Projects

Norfolk, UK

Library, Felbrigg Hall

Lath and Lime Traditional Ceiling Installation

One of Norfolk’s many National Trust properties, the Felbrigg Hall estate has a wide range of historic plasterwork. Stevensons were invited to install a new ceiling in the Hall’s library – to maintain the historic setting, the instruction was to create the ceiling using traditional lath and lime plaster methods, as would have been the case when the library was originally built.

Our team of expert craftsmen achieved this by forming three coats of lime plaster onto the lath background. Once complete, plain plaster mouldings were applied to complete the look.

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Norfolk, UK

Library, Felbrigg Hall

Lath and Lime Traditional Ceiling Installation

One of Norfolk’s many National Trust properties, the Felbrigg Hall estate has a wide range of historic plasterwork. Stevensons were invited to install a new ceiling in the Hall’s library – to maintain the historic setting, the instruction was to create the ceiling using traditional lath and lime plaster methods, as would have been the case when the library was originally built.

Our team of expert craftsmen achieved this by forming three coats of lime plaster onto the lath background. Once complete, plain plaster mouldings were applied to complete the look.

London, UK

St Martin in the Fields

Lime Plaster Ceiling Restoration

One of Trafalgar Square’s landmark buildings, the 18th Century Anglican church, St Martin in the Fields, underwent a major refurbishment in 2007, during which Stevensons undertook significant restoration work on the existing plasterwork.

After an initial survey of the current state of the plasterwork, repairs were made in situ to the existing lime plaster ceiling, as well as the highly detailed nave barrel vault ceiling. As part of the refurbishment, a new plaster dome was designed and installed, along with finely detailed decorative features across the church interior.

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London, UK

St Martin in the Fields

Lime Plaster Ceiling Restoration

One of Trafalgar Square’s landmark buildings, the 18th Century Anglican church, St Martin in the Fields, underwent a major refurbishment in 2007, during which Stevensons undertook significant restoration work on the existing plasterwork.

After an initial survey of the current state of the plasterwork, repairs were made in situ to the existing lime plaster ceiling, as well as the highly detailed nave barrel vault ceiling. As part of the refurbishment, a new plaster dome was designed and installed, along with finely detailed decorative features across the church interior.