Cornice styrofoam GK26
Modern materials give us many options to recreate, repair, and decorate stunning rooms of old times, and with more ease! Originally, stucco was made by craftsmen carving patterns in wood. Years later, it became increasingly common to make industrial production of stucco in plaster. But these were very heavy and difficult to assemble! In the early 1960s, people developed and manufactured stucco in polystyrene, which is lighter, easier to mount, and way cheaper.
Cornice styrofoam GK26 is made of polystyrene (styrofoam).
Styrofoam cornices are easily mounted with a latex joint or water-based glue. They may also be painted with water-based paint; however, they are not suitable for placement at low heights, instead, they are recommended to be set up on ceilings or high up on walls.
Read more about setting up cornices and what to consider under Instructions for Use.