Tadelakt is a Moroccan word meaning: ‘to knead’ or ‘massage’. This ancient form of lime plastering dates back centuries originally used to waterproof cisterns in Morocco. It is still widely used throughout North Africa. This highly breathable versatile lime based product will look fantastic throughout your property on walls and most surfaces and is a wonderful alternative to tiles in wetrooms and bathrooms. The polished finish will leave a smooth and silky grout-line free surface that will transform your interior.

An elegant solution for any room

An elegant solution for any room

Tadelakt can also be applied directly over existing tiles in wetrooms, showers or kitchen splashbacks eliminating the need to remove them prior to applying tadelakt. It can also be tinted using natural or synthetic pigments to create earthy tones or more modern contemporary colours.


Carl refurbed the exterior and interior of a five-storey house for us. Our neighbours were so impressed that he is now doing the same for them. Very pleased with the work and he'll be doing the same for us (I hope) each time it needs re-doing.

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#microcement #decorcafenetwork ...

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We have expert pizzaiolo’s here in the Ferri household. A Small clip of my son firing up the first of many #homemadepizza to come. We finally got to use the new refurbished pizza table last night. Charcoal #microcement surface looks rather nice we think. 😊 #decorcafenetwork ...

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New revamped website up and running. Huge thanks to @lilliankellydesign for putting up with my demands😊. www.cferri.co.uk #decorcafenetwork ...

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I’ve been lucky enough to be working on a small exterior window #restoration and #painting project in the ☀️ . Using the @repair_care_international_uk system and @benjaminmooreuk advance high gloss it turned out rather nice!
Managed to finish in time before the expected deluge arrives. #repaircareuk #benjaminmoorepaint #decorcafenetwork

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