Stucco is an idea not only for classic interior but for the modern ones as well. Once, it is decorated with only aristocratic salons, today everyone can have it in their home.
Stucco already known in antiquity, became popular only in the Renaissance – the putto was a very popular motif at that time, a small winged angel referring to the ancient god Eros. Its golden age fell on the eighteenth century, when classic buildings appeared like mushrooms after the rain. The stucco, like the grapevine, rose overwhelming the façades of big-town tenement houses and palaces, as well as their rich interiors. Today, he returns triumphantly; Although it refers to the motifs that dominated in the Baroque and Classicist times, stylists suggest to decorate it not only traditional but also ultramodern interiors. Made of stucco, we will create even English paneling or frames defining wall paintings. And because stone and plaster, expensive and difficult to process materials, have been replaced by light styrofoam and polyurethane, moldings, cornices and rosettes, we can successfully install ourselves. Such stucco can be efficently mixed with modern Vanessa Mitrani additives creating a concept of classic and modernism.
Additions to the interior can very efficiently raise the luxury of a house or flat. Modern Vanessa Mitrani accessories work very well in any arrangement. By using all the decorations and stucco, every owner of a house or flat can create an unprecedented atmosphere.