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Wallpaper are an important decorating tool in both residential and commercial settings. They can be used on nearly every type of surface, enhancing interiors with a wide array of patterns and colours.

While it's the decorative surface that catches the eye, the substrate is more important in determining which product should be selected for a particular interior finish. Vinyl is used in many types of Wallpaper because it enhances durability.

Wallpaper containing vinyl also are stronger and easier to clean than alternative products such as papers, linens, foils or grass cloth. Basically, vinyl Wallpaper consist of one or more layers of a vinyl plastic with a backing such as polyester-and-cotton blend woven fabric, nonwoven fabric or paper.

Vinyl Wallpaper are available in both commercial and residential categories. Commercial Wallpaper are produced specifically for use in buildings such as hotels, apartments, offices, hospitals and retail establishments and are typically heavier than residential stock.



Wallpaper Advantages

Wallpaper adheres easily and smoothly to walls, hiding many surface imperfection. It can add warmth, depth, and style to a room that monotone paint simply cannot achieve. Beautiful designs, intriguing textures, and beautiful prints have an impactful effect on the décor of a room.



PVC Wallpaper

PVC is known as Polyvinyl chloride or in short vinyl. They are commonly embossed to give them a luxurious textural effect. These wallpapers are very durable which makes them easy to clean and maintain.



Wallpaper -is it a good idea?

Wallpaper has gone in and out of style for centuries, but it's always been a good choice to create an attractive design without permanently altering your walls. You can easily take advantage of trends in interior decor like strong patterns or accent walls. Use a stylish pattern to make a wall pop with color or texture.



Wallpaper- is it feasible for Bathroom?

While not ideal, wallpaper in a bathroom is still feasible, especially if installed in a half bath with only a sink and a toilet, or in a full bathroom as a single accent wall as far away from the tub or shower as possible