Coving is most often used as a decorative feature and also to softens the divide between walls and ceilings. Ceiling coving can also be used as a cost-effective way to cover up rough edges and cracks at the wall and ceiling line. Plaster is the most traditional and commonly used material in the production of decorative coving due to its ability to be moulded into intricate designs, but it’s also available in polystyrene, wood, concrete and plastic. Coving is supplied in easy to cut lengths to fit all sizes of room. Due to its decorative effect, coving is mostly used as a design feature in domestic rather than commercial projects and is found in homes rather than other buildings.