Wallpapers were always a great addition to your space, especially if you want to highlight certain parts of a space, hide imperfections on walls, or just create a special effect in a space. They are divided according to design, mounting surface, the way they are manufactured, material, and the way they are applied.

Today Wallpapers come in different designs, textures, pictures, it’s almost impossible not to find something to fit in your space.

The advantage of wallpapers is they are easy to maintain, you wipe them with a damp cloth, no need to paint the walls, and you can easily change them yourself.

Decorative wallpapers are divided to:

Wallpapers: they are printed on a textile paper which can be with or without a pattern. Wallpapers printed on a textile paper without a pattern cover imperfections less than those with a pattern. To install them you need wallpaper glue, a ruler, a scalpel, masking tape, a brush, and a rag. With good instructions, you can easily install them yourself.


Wall textile vinyl: This kind of wallpaper already has glue on it, all you need is to detach it, and mount it on the wall. They are easy to install, and even more easy to uninstall not ruining the wall.


Transparent film: It’s ideal decor for transparent surfaces. It’s mostly used if you want to hide the view into space, but you don’t want to lose daylight. It’s used to decorate partition walls, glass walls, or Plexiglass surfaces.


Like most trends, wallpapers are always coming back, they come in different materials and designs, and they differ according to mounting methods.  In the past, only upholsterers could mount wallpapers, but now, today you can do it yourself, with good instructions.