In the past, great importance was attached to the appearance of external doors in each household. It was a real showpiece of the house. The victorian door surround is the most significant example of such approach. Today, doors are more and more beautiful, made of wood or pressed steel, with numerous interesting patterns and embossing. It is worth knowing that they can be additionally decorated with mouldings.
All kinds of decorative lintels, including window reveal details, cornices, or surrounding strips are then an excellent choice. High-quality polystyrene stucco or the outside door trim is perfect as a decoration of the main entrance, mainly because it fits perfectly with the entire envelope. In addition, professional polystyrene stucco or the uPVC window reveals are perfectly resistant to moisture and other weather conditions, so that both the front door ornaments and other facade elements can be used for a very long time. It is also worth adding that these are very favorable elements in terms of price. Even though the stucco is hundreds of years old, it is used in modern construction, including the georgian door surround, well-known around the world. Few people know that even modern stucco elements, such as columns, lightweight crown moulding, or 3D panels, have their use in specific styles, both modern and traditional.
Classic and traditional styles are primarily the Gustavian style and the court style. These styles are found in large, often wood-filled interiors that are characterized by a large space. Modern styles include the so-called pop art, glamor, and art deco. The retro style is also dominant, which is a modern style, but with a focus on the classics, although in a slightly different sense.
The industrial style has also become very popular, especially in buildings that used to be industrial plants. Stucco elements are also adapted to this style.