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should we be getting rid of coving?

(8 Posts)
Bowlersarm Thu 03-Oct-13 06:55:01

Echo others. It finishes a room whatever the age of the house.

phew! it is an 80s house so it is an original feature I guess rather than hiding a shocker in an antique house.
we will paint and think no more about it.
happy days

wonkylegs Wed 02-Oct-13 22:44:34

If it's real plaster coving and appropriate to the age of the house keep it.
If it's awful polystyrene crap added in 80's90's etc consider what it's hiding and think about removing it.

mummaemma Wed 02-Oct-13 19:47:35

No leave it. Is it an old or modern house?

No it makes rooms look much more finished and neat.

MrsLettuce Wed 02-Oct-13 16:44:47

Depends entirely if it's an original feature or an incongruous modern addition...

BOF Wed 02-Oct-13 16:44:15

God, no. Why on earth would you?

and if so how?

is it totally naff nowadays? its in our bedroom.


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