Welcome to Texturline decor that camouflages the worlds walls. Each year Texturline products decorate over 10 million sq. ft. of surface, in 15 years that’s over 120 million sq. ft or over 2000 football fields.
Texturline has for mission to make specialty plasters, and glazes for artists and painters. To offer materials of the highest quality that’s beyond reproach and yet easily applied. Within our mandate we guarantee to respect the environment by using the latest in safe and responsible technologies. We are striving to achieve a balance that has the lowest possible impact on the environment, while retaining the quality of our products.
Free samples, color cards ans fan decks - meet Drew Beninati of Plaster center Minneapolis and Barry Affleck creator of Texturline products At the I.D.A.L. Convention & Expo in Hampton Virginia 21/23rd July 2011Meet Drew Beninati of the www.plastercenter.com & Barry Affleck of Texturline
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Los Angeles, California - 6 Day Professional Training Workshop
Price per Unit (piece): $1,200.00
This week long session covers all aspects of decoration from floors to walls and is divided into three two day segments. This workshop will produce a diverse portfolio of finishes allowing you to expand your creativity and the marketability of your company. These 3 product lines will give you a comprehensive offering that will move you to the head of the market.
Stucco Italiano was established in the late 90’s, but the founder, Giovanni Polistena has been in the Italian
stucco business for over 30 years. He has always specialized in Stucco Veneziano as well as in other lime
Marmorino is well known as a classic venetian plaster; however, its origins are much older, dating to ancient Roman times. We can see
evidence of it today in the villas of Pompei and in various Roman structures. In addition, it was
also written about in Vitruvio’s "De Architectura", a 1st Century B.C. history of Rome.
Marmorino was rediscovered centuries later after the discovery of Vitruvio’s ancient treatise in
the 15th century. This 'new' plaster conformed well to the aesthetic requirements dictated by the
classical ideal that in the 15th century had recently become fashionable in the Venetian lagoon