I have an interior plaster over wood-lathe wall that I'd like to cover using thin brick veneer. The plaster wall is generally in good shape (though some patching will need to be done for some substantial holes), and seems sturdy. I've seen numerous resources that say it is fine to directly adhere thin brick over drywall, for example:
Would there be any problem using the same method to apply brick veneer over plaster? And alternatively, if one would not directly apply the brick to the plaster, is there any solution short of ripping out all the lathe and plaster down to the studs (such as attaching some other stablizing backing on top of the plaster). Thanks!