The most common frescoes in modern interiors

There are things that time not only does not spoil, but also makes even more expensive and more standing. One of the ancient technologies of plaster painting, known as frescoes from ancient times have always delighted people with its beauty and sophistication. As regards our days, this method of decorating walls not only did not lose its much better, bright and more technological. This ultimately led to the fact that some elements and types of frescoes were put on industrial production and the same level. Today there is a very wide variety of types of this interior design of antiquity. We will consider only the most common of them with you. Immediately note that the frescoes performed on canvas are almost always completely Hand Made. This kind of work is performed for a long time, and almost always refers to very rare images, and therefore can be practically called art, it can be created even for several months. Work is long, in Russia they are practically not found and they are very expensive. Frescoes decorated on the canvas are made only from environmentally friendly materials, because such a fresco is made on the basis of natural materials. For the production of these frescoes, natural dyes, lime and sand are used. In general, the entire technological process of creating the frescoes is very difficult and for a start, plaster is prepared manually, after which a certain image is applied to it, after which it is artificially aged and then it is already transferred to the canvas and to ensure durability on top of the special protective composition. Plaster that is used in these frescoes is very flexible, and therefore such frescoes are sold by rolls. It is glued to the wall with ordinary wallpaper glue and requires opening periodic wax, and wet cleaning is completely excluded.

Today there are already types of frescoes that are available in mass consumption. The self -adhesive surface of these frescoes allows you to apply it to any surface, but the uneven surface will be perfectly visible due to a thin layer of plaster.