Microcement on walls

Microcement on walls is much more than just a highly resistent material. It is a decorative coating to present fine, more natural and remarkably decorative solution. It is the ideal product to obtian a result similar to Venetian stucco.

Microcement on walls gives a luxurious, smooth and shiny texture that leads to dreamy results. It makes more beautiful any non-transit surfaces and can be applied on cement, plaster or concrete.

The option of changing the intensity of the colour in each layer makes it possible to aquire gradient finishes that increase the decorative possibilities. The chromatic combinations are unlimited.

Advantages of microcement on walls

Microcement walls are the decorative solution to give a special touch to each space in the house. It is a wall cladding which can transform an office or home to any decorative styles.

Microcement on the wall of a living room decorated in a Mediterranean style and grey tones

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Microcement on the wall of a bedroom decorated with light and cold tones to enhance the light in the space
Wall cladding in a contemporary style bedroom decorated in bright colours
Microcement on the wall pigmented with a metallic grey that increases the feeling of spaciousness in the bedroom

Microcement finishes on walls

Microcement coatings are characterised by the water effect, which is particularly relevant to enhance the decorative value of the wall cladding. This effect, which is less visible with lighter colours, gives the surface a natural, handcrafted look.

Smooth finishes are the best setting for microcement on walls, as they create a cladding with maximum smoothness and elegance. The fine texture is a good choice for the surface to convey a sophisticated and unequalled style.

A smoother wall is the perfect setting for the microcement cladding to shine and enhances the decorative style of the space.

Rustic appearances are a bet to give the room a more traditional atmosphere. To create this aesthetic effect on the walls, it is necessary to choose a larger grain texture, which provides a rougher look. This type of finish also requires an aesthetic coherence of the decoration style of the home, which means that all the elements must share the similar traditional style.

The choice of finishes is not only limited to the application of microcement. You can also choose the final sealing of the surface, the protective layer, for example gloss, matt, satin or super-matt.

Microcement on walls: highly decorative cladding

Microcement on walls means unique spaces. The wall coverings provide many possibilities that can be perfectly combined with microcement.

Metallic glazes are the best option to bring freshness and enhance the artistic results of microcement. These paints present shine effects to the cladding.

The combination of microcement with glazes is ideal to give an artistic touch to walls and highlight the details of the finishes.

It can cover walls quickly. Unlike plastic paint and plaster, it can also resist possible knocks.

The combination of microcement and glazes on walls offers impressive creative solutions and an unmistakable personal sign on any interior design projects. There are no limits to the creative possibilities.

Microcement wall in a living room decorated with red armchairs and dim lighting

Tips for applying microcement on walls

Check whether the surface is absorbent or non-absorbent. If the surface is porous, apply a primer on mortars and plasters to facilitate adhesion.

If the surface is non-porous, a bond promoter for non-absorbent surfaces must be applied to facilitate adhesion to the mortar, for example the case of bricks or tiles.

Microcement on walls is applicable with a trowel in a thin layer with short movements in all directions to break the pattern.

It is advisable to start applying the material at the top of the substrate and gradually work downwards.

When coating walls in poorly ventilated bathrooms, the applicator needs to bring a fan to dry the surface and prevent moisture from remaining in the air.

The substrate must be level, dry, clean and free of grease. The surface must be in perfect condition before applying the microcement.

The ideal temperature for applying microcement is between 15º and 25ºC. In summer, when temperatures reach 30ºC, the material hardens very quickly.

All stains must be removed quickly before the microcement hardens.