Wallpapers with a convex pattern, part 1

The texture of the wallpaper is one of the elements that determine the character of a given room. The shiny surface of the foil reflects the light and creates a feeling of coolness. The shimmering smoothness of silk and satin is elegant and cool, but soft at the same time.

Thick, dull convexities of jute cloth, twofold
or linen absorb light and create an impression of warmth, harmony and freedom. Many fabrics provide insulation against heat and noise, most of them are also more durable than paper.

There are wall coverings of various textures available on the market, you can buy them in rolls or by the meter.

Jute canvas

This extremely durable cladding is available in a variety of colors and patterns, both in the clean version, and glued with paper. It can be painted over with oil or emulsion paint. It is especially useful for wallpapering uneven or damp walls. However, it should not be placed in places exposed to dirt, because it's hard to clean.

We put a jute cloth backed with paper like this, like regular wallpaper, lubricating on the reverse side with glue.

If we put the canvas itself, smear the wall with glue. Each strip of linen should be smoothed with a roller, taking care, so as not to pull the fabric, which will cause bulges. One lane should overlap the other, do not trim excess material, before the entire room is not papered, as the cloth may shrink. Align the top and bottom with a sharp knife and wide-bladed spatula.

Align the vertical joints by cutting along the steel ruler with a knife. Remove the cut sections and press the edges with a roller.