Who are we?
P and J Interiors is a classic cornice company providing an excellent level of service to many London clients. With an excellent selection of cornices and covings, we can help you cover up all the imperfections on your ceilings and walls with style.
Established in 1987 as AP Art by Piotr Dart, P and J Interiors is one of London’s leading experts in the field of cornices. Over the years since its beginnings, the company has employed various experts with incredible work experience and skills that have been honed over the years. Fifteen years later, it was passed on to Alex Krol, who managed the company for seven years until 2009. After that, in 2010 Paweł Strugała took over the company and renamed it to P and J Interiors. Though its management has changed, the company itself has maintained its core values and preserved that which makes it truly the best.
What do we do?
P and J Interiors is a cornice company that specialises in crafting cornices, mouldings, decorative covings, and other similar objects used for decorating walls and ceilings. Thanks to our product, not only can you disguise all the imperfections on your walls and ceilings, but you can also add a touch of Victorian elegance that is guaranteed to make every interior look better.
What makes us unique?
Though there are a number of companies that offer cornices, P and J Interiors is unique in terms of sheer quality. All of our cornices and other mouldings are crafted using only the best materials, such as high-quality plaster. These materials are then worked on by experienced professionals who have worked on cornices for many years and can offer the highest level of craftsmanship. We never cut any corncers – we always pay full attention to all of our projects and listen to the wishes of all of our clients.
Since our company’s beginnings, we have crafted cornices for many clients, both domestic and commercial. Our greatest accomplishment to date has been the Korea display in the Victoria and Albert Museum. The museum is one of the world’s leading museums of art and design with a permanent collection of over 2.3 million objects, including works of art as old as 5000 years. Our work involved the restoration of authentic plaster as well as creating new elements in a Georgian style.