Wallpaper and other wall coverings can add a pretty touch to your interior, but choosing the right kind and maintaining it takes thought and care. Here are tips to help.
Although it returns to the decorators’ good graces, the wallpaper can still become unpleasant to the eye for anyone who gets tired of its pattern and its colors. Wanting to get rid of them quickly to make room for a new setting, some will employ ineffective techniques that will considerably lengthen the time normally required to achieve it.
In order to save you time and frustration, here is an overview of the best techniques for removing wallpaper along with some general recommendations.
Pros and cons of wallpaper, including the different types that are available on the market, the average prices and installation tips to make your life easier.
Wallpaper is now making a huge come back. After paint, it is the second most popular wall covering product. Discover why so many people choose to cover their walls with wallpaper.
The most common wall covering is washable wallpaper, which is treated with vinyl for easier cleaning. But many other coverings exist, including delicate papers; fabrics such as cotton, linen, silk, rayon, hessian and velvet; and coverings made from grass, reeds, hemp, cork or leather. They generally are not washable, although some gentle cleaning methods are unlikely to harm them.