The variety of patterns and colors of standard paper veneers will satisfy every taste. They are smooth, convex wallpapers are generally quite cheap, but also the least resistant of all types of wallcovering.
Embossed wallpapers are a whole range of textures: from weaving weaves to imitation plaster. Some consist of two layers of paper. For those heavy ones, Most often, white wallpaper should be put on a layer of paint.
Another type of smooth, heavy wallpaper, intended to be painted over, there is chip paper, especially useful for covering up minor surface irregularities. It consists of a thick layer of paper covered with wood shavings, creating a nice texture, suitable for all types and sizes of rooms.
There is also a whole range of paper wall coverings with a distinct raised pattern, imitating stones, gravel, tiles or decorative plaster. These types of wallpapers can also be painted over; they are perfect for surfaces full of bulges and lumps.
Hand-printed wallpapers are available from specialist stores. No machines are used in the process of printing them, but applies the pattern with a block or template. Often, wallpapers of this type are sold in rolls of non-standard width.
Heavy wallpapers have a paper or vinyl backing, with a delicate pattern on the surface. They should be coated with glue extremely carefully, as the traces of glue on the decorative side will leave permanent stains. Vinyl-based wallpapers are easier to clean, often available in a self-adhesive version.
Frames and friezes can add an element of color and differentiation to a simple and smooth interior, and their skilful placement allows you to optically raise or lower the ceiling. They can be purchased as narrow strips of printed paper, they are often produced with specific wallpaper designs in mind. Friezes are usually placed below the ceiling line, borders around walls and doorways.