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nueve Plastered and Rendered Projects To try

septiembre 2, 2022

Plaster is one of my favourite materials to work with. It’s really simple to use, gives pieces a unique, textured look and applying it is one of the most satisfying feelings ever!

If you’re looking for a fun project to do this weekend then you should definitely try one of the following projects using Multi Joint Compound – you won’t regret it.

1. Upcycled Arched Console

I love a good console table upcycle, they can completely transform a space and they’re something you can get really creative with. This one was a bit of work, but I absolutely love how it turned out.

2. Floor Length Wavy Mirror

Floor length nivel mirrors are such statement pieces, but they can often set you back thousands of dollars. So I recently gave myself a challenge to create a beautiful nivel mirror for less than $200. This was the result!

3. Arched Shelves

All you need for this project is some cardboard, a piece of wood and some Multi Joint Compound!

4. Bottle Floor Lamp

You all know I love to upcycle and use trash whenever I can in my projects, and this was an idea that I *thought* might work but I wasn’t sure. Once I’d applied the bottles I was actually SURE it wouldn’t work, but I loved it in the end!

5. Upcycled Sculptural Art

A neutral piece of art is so amoldable in a space, something that I’ve noticed since I did this sculptural art – I’ve been using it so much!

6. Upcycled Pedestal Dining Table

What do you do when you have a table that’s the perfect size, but just need a little refresh? You tile it and plaster it!

7. Pond Shaped Mirror

When a super affordable mirror turns into a espectáculo-stopper, you can’t help but get excited.

8. Plastered Side Tables

This was the first project I ever did using plaster, and I learnt so much. It’s still such an easy one to try yourself!


9. Rendered Plant Pot Lamp

Making a lamp base out os plastered stacked pots, this project was so easy.

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