Old gypsum plaster floors are often unrecognized and frequently mistaken for later concrete. This places them under the constant threat of damage or destruction despite their historic importance and general serviceability.
This article outlines how to repair this long-used protective wall covering, which is not to be confused with pebbledash.
Vertically hung tiling is a traditional fronting. Its mellow colours and gentle unevenness provide a pleasing appearance to many old walls.
This article explains how to deal with timber panelling: from fungal decay to warping, and more.