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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)

National Trust - Calke Abbey
National Trust - Erddig Hall

Recent Projects

London, UK

Private Residence, West London

Bespoke Decorative Plasterwork

Stevensons of Norwich were approached to manufacture the highly ornate decorative ceiling features and bespoke ceiling paneling, as well as cornices and wall panels for this high-end renovation in West London.

After our Design & Workshop drawings were approved by the Client, each element was handmade at our Works in Norwich ahead of transportation to London for installation.

The principal ceiling features are made up using a number of our existing Decorative Ceiling designs, including our DC24 - Salzburg Floral Decorative Plaster Ceiling Feature and our DC20 - French Empire Ceiling Decoration.

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London, UK

Private Residence, West London

Bespoke Decorative Plasterwork

Stevensons of Norwich were approached to manufacture the highly ornate decorative ceiling features and bespoke ceiling paneling, as well as cornices and wall panels for this high-end renovation in West London.

After our Design & Workshop drawings were approved by the Client, each element was handmade at our Works in Norwich ahead of transportation to London for installation.

The principal ceiling features are made up using a number of our existing Decorative Ceiling designs, including our DC24 - Salzburg Floral Decorative Plaster Ceiling Feature and our DC20 - French Empire Ceiling Decoration.

Switzerland

Private Residence, Switzerland

Study Ceiling

Stevensons of Norwich designed a coffered barrel ceiling with an inter lacing rope detail for a grand Study at an overseas private residence.

The ceiling proposal was developed by our in-house design team and handmade at our Works in Norwich prior to being shipped international and installed by our team.

The rope detail was modelled from scratch and cast integral to the coffers, giving a seamless finish to the design.  

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Switzerland

Private Residence, Switzerland

Study Ceiling

Stevensons of Norwich designed a coffered barrel ceiling with an inter lacing rope detail for a grand Study at an overseas private residence.

The ceiling proposal was developed by our in-house design team and handmade at our Works in Norwich prior to being shipped international and installed by our team.

The rope detail was modelled from scratch and cast integral to the coffers, giving a seamless finish to the design.  

London, UK

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

Complete Theatre Plasterwork Restoration

Stevensons of Norwich were responsible for the entire restoration, repair and in places, replacement of the original decorative and heritage plasterwork.

Numerous original architectural and decorative elements were brought to our Works in Norwich to assist with the specialist process of matching and replicating the plasterwork ahead of the new casts being transported to London for installation by our team.

Despite the numerous challenges of 2020, the project at The Theatre Royal proved an interesting and exciting environment to work and we look forward to our next theatre restoration project.

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London, UK

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

Complete Theatre Plasterwork Restoration

Stevensons of Norwich were responsible for the entire restoration, repair and in places, replacement of the original decorative and heritage plasterwork.

Numerous original architectural and decorative elements were brought to our Works in Norwich to assist with the specialist process of matching and replicating the plasterwork ahead of the new casts being transported to London for installation by our team.

Despite the numerous challenges of 2020, the project at The Theatre Royal proved an interesting and exciting environment to work and we look forward to our next theatre restoration project.

London, UK

Grade II Listed Property, Little Venice

Bespoke Decorative Plasterwork

Stevensons were approached to manufacture and design a range of bespoke plasterwork for this Grade II Listed Property in Little Venice, London. The bespoke work included raised and fielded wall panels, decorative plaster cornices, and bespoke arches with staff-bead detailing across the ground and first floors.

The choice of the decorative plasterwork reflects the heritage of the property, whilst the bespoke elements contribute to creating contemporary interior spaces. 

Once our draughtsmans design and setting out drawings were approved by the Client, the mouldings were handmade by our craftsmen at our Works in Norwich, prior to installation by our London based installation team.

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London, UK

Grade II Listed Property, Little Venice

Bespoke Decorative Plasterwork

Stevensons were approached to manufacture and design a range of bespoke plasterwork for this Grade II Listed Property in Little Venice, London. The bespoke work included raised and fielded wall panels, decorative plaster cornices, and bespoke arches with staff-bead detailing across the ground and first floors.

The choice of the decorative plasterwork reflects the heritage of the property, whilst the bespoke elements contribute to creating contemporary interior spaces. 

Once our draughtsmans design and setting out drawings were approved by the Client, the mouldings were handmade by our craftsmen at our Works in Norwich, prior to installation by our London based installation team.

Norfolk, UK

Library, Felbrigg Hall

Lath and Lime Traditional Ceiling Installation

One of Norfolks 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 Halls 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 Norfolks 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 Halls 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.

Grantham, UK

Stoke Rochford Hall

Plaster Ceiling Reproduction

After a fire seriously damaged the property in 2006, Stevensons of Norwich worked to reinstate the plasterwork within Stoke Rochford Hall which had been destroyed by the fire across four major rooms The Grand Hall, The Library, The Tudor Room and the Rochford Room.

Using surviving fragments from the fire and historic plans, Stevensons designers crafted detailed moulds to restore the 1841 built building back to its original Gothic style. The destroyed lime plasterwork was replaced with fibrous plaster casts of the reconstructed designs, with the wall plaster also reinstated using traditional methods.

This faithful reproduction of the lost plasterwork within Stoke Rochford Hall earned Stevensons of Norwich the prestigious Plaisterers Trophy in 2008 for outstanding works both off and on site, with the Judges commenting that it would be a disservice to all the craftsmen and apprentices involved not to honour this project with an award.

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Grantham, UK

Stoke Rochford Hall

Plaster Ceiling Reproduction

After a fire seriously damaged the property in 2006, Stevensons of Norwich worked to reinstate the plasterwork within Stoke Rochford Hall which had been destroyed by the fire across four major rooms The Grand Hall, The Library, The Tudor Room and the Rochford Room.

Using surviving fragments from the fire and historic plans, Stevensons designers crafted detailed moulds to restore the 1841 built building back to its original Gothic style. The destroyed lime plasterwork was replaced with fibrous plaster casts of the reconstructed designs, with the wall plaster also reinstated using traditional methods.

This faithful reproduction of the lost plasterwork within Stoke Rochford Hall earned Stevensons of Norwich the prestigious Plaisterers Trophy in 2008 for outstanding works both off and on site, with the Judges commenting that it would be a disservice to all the craftsmen and apprentices involved not to honour this project with an award.