Definition of plasterwork in English:

plasterwork

noun

  • [mass noun] Plaster as part of the interior of a building, especially covering the surface of a wall or formed into decorative shapes and patterns:

    ‘an Elizabethan house with superb ornamental plasterwork’
    [as modifier] ‘exquisite plasterwork ceilings’
    • ‘Stonework and plasterwork have been lovingly repaired, and a traditional sundial remade.’
    • ‘Both feature high ceilings, ornate plasterwork, period fireplaces and wide plank wooden flooring.’
    • ‘Features include mouldings, polished timber floors, high ceilings and decorative plasterwork.’
    • ‘Another original fireplace and more plasterwork are found here while a French door leads to the back garden.’
    • ‘Inside, the drawing room has a wonderfully high ceiling with intricate plasterwork, a dado rail and a sash window.’
    • ‘The living room has also been decorated in white; the ceiling has 1980s decorative plasterwork which looks a little out of place.’
    • ‘Inside, the impressive entrance hall features a marble floor, rich red walls and ornate ceiling plasterwork.’
    • ‘Decorated in pale green, it has decorative ceiling plasterwork, a white marble fireplace and French doors to the back garden.’
    • ‘There are also two well-proportioned reception rooms, both with plasterwork and period tiled fireplaces.’
    • ‘To the right, both of the interconnecting reception rooms have original fireplaces, plasterwork and window shutters.’
    • ‘It retains a number of original features, such as cast iron fireplaces and ceiling plasterwork, and is in excellent decorative order.’
    • ‘This phase takes place before the plumbing and plasterwork.’
    • ‘On the interior of the church, all areas of defective plasterwork and cement based plaster have been hacked off.’
    • ‘The house was elegantly furnished with fine plasterwork and Italian marble fireplaces.’
    • ‘In the stylish El Galatino on the Gran Via you dine to the quiet clink of cutlery beneath trompe-l'oeil walls and earthy plasterwork.’
    • ‘The old houses we love and live in are almost all distinguished by the pervasive use of plasterwork.’
    • ‘The house has highly decorated interiors with lavish plasterwork, inlaid floors and exquisite joinery.’
    • ‘Indeed much Victorian plasterwork is highly ornamental too, though it rarely had the refinement of the Georgian period.’
    • ‘Immediately to the right is the drawing room, which also has a laminated floor and decorative ceiling plasterwork.’
    • ‘The dining room behind also retains its period plasterwork and tiled fireplace.’
    plasterwork, stucco
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Pronunciation:

plasterwork

/ˈplɑːstəwəːk/