Stevensons of Norwich are delighted to have been featured in the October Decoration Special issue of The World of Interiors; the UK’s leading monthly Interior Design publication.
Covering six pages, the article makes use of a number of our decorative plaster ornaments and ceiling roses, including an Architectural Pineapple, a Heraldic Lion and 1 metre diameter Rococo Ceiling Rose.
The Special Edition plaster ornaments are a delightful assortment of architectural pieces that we have preserved from past projects spanning over 3 decades. The Herm Head bust, for example, is a decorative architectural feature from John Simpsons Architects Neo Classical design at the All Fellow’s Dinging Hall, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.
The World of Interiors article also draws on our unique range of cornices from National Trust properties, featuring the beautiful Berrington Hall Entrance Hall Frieze. Stevensons of Norwich is the only plaster manufacturer licensed by the National Trust to produce decorative plasterwork, and the National Trust benefits from the sale of each cornice in this collection.
Stevensons has a long history of working with the National Trust, and the company is known for the quality of its historic restoration work as well as new architectural interior plasterwork, made by hand using traditional methods in our factory in Norwich.
Our Special Edition casts are all available for purchase via our website and made an excellent point of interest and architectural ornament.
If you would like any further information on our Special Editions, National Trust or Standard range products, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01603 400 824 or via the following email address : firstname.lastname@example.org