Venetian Plaster Company

Venetian Plaster Company


Two accomplished artisans of the decorative painting world, Melanie Rzepecki and David Keena have combined their talents in an effort to provide their clients with some of the most creative and unique finishes ever seen in the industry.

Venetian Plaster Company, is a full range decorative painting company specializing in Venetian Plaster – Textured finishes - Glazing - Faux Finishing - kitchen cabinetry – furniture - Trompe L’Oeil – Wood Graining – Aging – Antiquing – gilding.

The term “Venetian plaster” encompasses a wide range of finishes and effects ranging from smooth polished plaster to a distressed, more stone-like appearance.

Venetian Plaster Company (VPC) uses only the purest authentic Italian plasters. A composition of pure slaked lime and natural mineral additives such as marble, titanium and sand, enables us to create some of the most beautiful and versatile finishes in the industry.

Melanie and David have also perfected many other finishes using only the finest quality products. These finishes range from old world to the more contemporary. With a vast array of styles, colors and textures in their portfolio, there are literally millions of possible finishes to offer you.

Please take a moment to look through the gallery of photographs. They show just a small sampling of projects completed by the Venetian Plaster Company..

The Venetian Plaster Company is based in Oakland County, Michigan. Although the majority of our commissions are within the State of Michigan we have and will continue to accept projects throughout the United States and Worldwide. We have travelled to Cumbria, in the north of England to do work at Naworth Castle. Our work can also be seen in a Georgian home in the heart of the Cotswolds, as well as villas in Portugal.

Please feel free to contact us for more information or to set up an on-site consultation. All estimates for work require an on-site meeting. Our office number is: 313-378-2823

Mission Statement

We offer old world finishes in the modern era, and take you back to the classics.