Meoded Expands Decorative Wall Techniques Classes in 2016

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LOS ANGELES, Calif., Feb. 19, 2016 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- 40 creative painting artisans attended the New Decorative Wall Techniques for 2016 Class at Meoded Paint and Plaster at the showroom in Hollywood on February 18. Meoded Classes have been expanded this year because of the high demand for unique finishes from interior designers, home and business owners.

Social media sites such as Houzz and Dwell have brought client expectations higher because they are able to research ideas on the internet and compare the skills of craftsman everywhere in the world. This continuous evaluation has prompted the need for advanced techniques which can only be achieved through on-going education.

Meoded offers training in the areas of faux finishing, Venetian plaster, wood graining, faux marble, gliding, stenciling and other techniques that are unmatched in the industry. They work with professionals to show them what's new in the decorative wall marketplace and how to use new the materials as well as showing some tried and true techniques. With these creative tools, each and every class member can learn how to become a more sought after professional.

"Since there are so many new and interesting finishes, we decided to offer a more targeted approach to our clients," stated Vladimir Charaschevski, manager at Meoded. "Whether its metallic paints, polished, stenciled concrete, Tuscan plaster techniques-the list goes on. We offer classes for painters, drywall and muralists who have a set of issues that we address in the paint and construction classes. We also offer classes for interior designers, architects and hospitality designers so that we can address their concerns and questions. Each class is creatively different and that's what keeps people coming back because pros never know what they are going to need until they are on the job. For example, concrete has expanded as a trend because the material is so versatile."

Meoded has been the secret of top designers in the entertainment for over 40 years and is considered to be the most unique manufacturer of Zero VOC lime based Venetian plasters and decorative paints in the United States. They offer a full spectrum of decorative wall finishes, giving professionals the ability to specify any texture, such as natural, rough stone effects, and in any color in your imagination. These Zero VOC lime based Venetian plasters and Low VOC decorative paints, metallic finishes, glazes, waxes, and sealers, can be incorporated into any LEED projects.

Because Meoded products are domestically produced, there are no product shortages and no shipping delays. The company prides itself on being sustainable enterprise in every way. Its resources and manufacturing are done within the Los Angeles area which adds a boost to the local economy.

Since there are so many finishes to learn and colors to choose from, many professionals come by the store to practice in the Meoded practice space or to ask questions based upon the needs of their clients so that they can get the perfect design solution to whatever project they are working on.

The showroom has moved locations from Glendale to 6314 Santa Monica Boulevard in Hollywood. The Meoded team is revamping the upstairs spaces to include a virtual office spaces. New spaces will be available early this year for professional use.

Classes are being scheduled for March. To sign up for classes or to find out more about Meoded visit

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