Atelier for

Custom Made Mouldings

Full Design and development services.


Interiors featuring our bespoke plaster mouldings, such as ornate ceiling roses, cornices, coving with either simple or elaborate decorative schemes, can incorporate enrichments that have been designed to your personal tastes.


So why stick rigidly to tradition? 


We can work from detailed architectural drawings or even rough sketches and ideas, enhance or reimagine authentic period styles or create new designs completely from scratch based on other features from your or any other building.


With the introduction of modern materials such as fibrous plaster, the medium of ornamental decorative plaster mouldings has never been so versatile, so flexible or had so much potential for precision detail.


So if you have an idea for a decorative scheme concept or particular vision for any type of period or modern architectural features, we can develop and realise it for you.


“If you can draw it – we can make it”

Handmade & Exquisite

nouveau masterpiece

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Neoclassical architecture and English architectural plasterwork came into prominence in the Georgian era and have stayed popular through to today, with Georgian, Victorian and Regency mouldings all still finding a place in contemporary building interiors. Historically, features such as cornicing, the ceiling rose and plaster coving symbolised an understanding and appreciation of quality and craftsmanship and, in turn, represented a show of status.



Featured is Leigh Court retaining many of its original plaster mouldings, the house is now restored to its former splendour by Fullbrooks, with an on-going programme of repair and maintenance.


Bristol’s first recorded millionaire commissioned Leigh Court to be built in the Palladian style in 1814. The interior style is Greek revival and decorated in impressive 19th-century décor.

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