Ceilings in the Adam Style

There are many specialist plastering options available, but few assume the style, prestige and class of ceilings in the Adam style. Edinburgh-based David Fisher & Sons has built an outstanding reputation for quality by producing ceilings in the Adam style for a range of properties – and now you could capitalise on this rich combination of expertise and experience thanks to its UK wide service.

If you’re not familiar with ceilings in the Adam style, they actually have their roots in our home country of Scotland. It is an 18th Century neoclassical style of architecture and interior design that was born from the Adam brothers from Scotland, who were the first to integrate this style across all aspects of a building’s architecture, including: the walls, fixtures, ceilings, fireplaces and furniture.

Among the hallmarks of the design are classical Roman motifs; pilasters; painted ornaments; complex pastel colour schemes; and flat grotesque panels. It is typical of the Adam style to combine neo-Gothic details into a classical framework.

Needless to say, such complex works should not be left to anyone who isn’t highly trained and highly skilled. Luckily, we specialise in ceilings of the Adam style and also offers an unrivalled archive of historical plaster enrichments that will help you bring the most vivid designs and styles to life.

So if you want a specialist plasterer that will help you with every aspect of producing ceilings in the Adam style – from the design through to the installation – get in touch with us through the link below.

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