Wallpapers with a convex pattern, part 3

Japanese wallpaper
It is a fabric of oriental origin glued with paper, in which the thread consists of blades of grass, and the warp is a cotton thread. The glue is applied to it as if it were traditional wallpaper, having previously covered the table with paper to protect the right side from dirt.
Do not fold the fabric, as the trace of the crack can no longer be removed. Apply to the wall in strands and turn out with a clean roller. Using cardboard, fold the excess at the top and bottom. Only after the glue has dried, you can proceed to leveling the edges, cutting with a sharp knife at a ruler with a steel edge.
Very hard, similar to jute linen, Japanese stains are removed from the wallpaper, therefore you should not
use it to cover the walls of such rooms, like for example. kitchen.


It is a metallized plastic coating on a paper substrate, providing reflective effects. It is an excellent bathroom cladding, provided, that the walls will be perfectly smooth, as the foil highlights any unevenness. Two types of foil are commercially available: ordinary and self-adhesive. The plain foil is smeared with glue using a sponge roller, the adhesive foil is immersed in water. Apply it to the wall moving from top to bottom and smooth it with a clean sponge. Be careful, that the pattern lines up with each other at the edges. Trim the top and bottom edges, align the joints and press the edges with a paper roller.