Wallpaper Stores Offer Wallpapers of Natural Materials to Your Attention

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Wallpaper made of natural materials are the real treasure for those who make purchases in wallpaper stores in order to create modern interior at home. They can decorate all the walls in apartment, or decorate individual walls. In addition, natural wallpaper can be combined both with other materials, and with each other. Natural wallpaper can revive any interior, bringing the natural richness of colors and textures. Such wallpaper are safe from the ecological point of view, so that they can be used even in children's room design. Wallpaper made of natural materials will not cause any harm to the health of your children.

If you want to create a real oasis in your home, pay attention to natural wallpaper then. Of course, in wallpaper stores this is not a cheap option, and even in wallpaper online store, but the price here is completely justified. What is so good about natural wallpaper?

In the production of natural wallpaper much of manual labor is used, which is why they have a fairly high cost, but it is justified to 100%.

First, you need to collect natural materials, which should be very carefully dried. After that, the plants are selected and fed to the machine. There, each stalk and each blade of grass is woven with special threads into a single fabric, which is pasted on a non-woven or paper base. If neat seams are present on the canvas, it is a sign of manual labor, so you can say that every centimeter of natural wallpaper is saturated not only with the strength of nature, but also with the warmth of the worker’s hands who worked with them.

        Types of wallpapers

At present, wallpaper stores, like Mahones Wallpaper Shop, have a large number of natural wallpaper, which can be separated into several types:

Vegetable plants. In the production of plant wallpaper they use several different plants - reeds, jute, nettle, sisal and others. The content of such wallpaper is mostly cellulose, therefore such wallpaper can be called paper. Vegetable wallpaper can redistribute moisture in the room and absorb undesirable noise.

Cork. If you paste a cork veneer on the paper base, with which you can increase the sound insulation, you get so-called cork wallpaper.

Wallpaper made of natural veneer. This type of wallpaper is made of the finest cut of a valuable tree, which is glued to a non-woven or paper base. In the production of such wallpaper sections of European cherry are used, as well as Japanese varnish and sandalwood.

Wallpaper with mica. To produce such wallpaper, it is necessary to paste vermiculite onto the paper, which belongs to hydromica materials and has a layered structure. These wallpapers are very practical and wear-resistant.

Bamboo wallpaper. These wallpapers are made of natural bamboo. They are characterized by increased moisture resistance, which makes it possible to use them for finishing premises in which there is an increased level of humidity. In addition, these wallpapers often have a fabric basis, which contributes to their strength and reliability.

        Natural wallpaper in the interior

Wallpaper stores offer very unusual look with designer wallpapers of veneer, mica, cork, bamboo, jute and sisal. After gluing, they look like panels, rather than the usual wallpaper. In addition, they have a complex texture and complex color, because of which the effect of some redundancy and pressure of the walls appears, if you cover all the walls with them. Do not forget that such wallpaper is often quite dark. Taking into account all of the above, natural wallpaper is recommended to be used only for combination with finishing, made of other materials. Although, in the bedroom, the darkness will not be superfluous, so quite often you can see in it the finish of natural wallpaper.

        Also, natural wallpaper is good for creating accent walls. For example, you can create a focal strip on the wall, on which the TV will be subsequently placed. In the same way, you can try to highlight the wall in the kitchen, near the dining table and at the head of the bed.
        If you have left unused material, do not worry, because natural wallpaper can be used to decorate and update furniture. They can be glued to the inner wall of the rack or the facing panel of the old chest. Using beautiful natural wallpaper, you can make wall panels for the decor of kitchen, hall, corridor, etc.
        In the interior, natural wallpaper can be used as a material for combining. For example, they can be glued to the bottom of the wall, and top of it with normal wallpaper or paint. The joint can be decorated with a molding or decorative strip.
        You can also decorate a wall with a base with fragments-inserts made of natural wallpaper, and then frame these areas. The so-glued natural wallpaper looks like panels.

It is necessary to emphasize that natural wallpaper is an excellent choice for interiors made in tropical, ecological and Japanese style. Natural texture will help create an atmosphere of closeness to nature and some naturalness. In the interior of such styles, you can widely use wallpaper of natural materials.

These wallpapers are combined with green, sand and brown very harmoniously in the interior. Natural wallpaper is a very interesting finishing material, which has many advantages:

  •         resistance to harmful insects, as well as to the emergence and subsequent reproduction of various pathogens;
  •         ease of use;
  •         increased wear resistance;
  •         increased resistance to wet conditions;
  •         good sound insulation;
  •         structure, pleasant to the touch;
  •         ecological cleanliness.

Natural wallpaper is a very good decoration for walls, but they also have drawbacks, which are not so many:

        many natural wallpapers are rather dark, so if all walls of the room are finished with such wallpaper, then the room will be somewhat gloomy. If the room was initially not too light, then this effect will be particularly noticeable.
        cutting and applying some natural wallpaper is pretty hard, so you can spend more time on their cutting and gluing, compared to vinyl and paper analogs.
Natural wallpaper has a rather high cost, and not every worker is eager to work with them.

        Bonding of natural wallpaper

Before you start to apply natural wallpaper to walls, you need to give them time to adapt to the room for which they are intended. It will be enough to let them lie down in partially deployed form for about 24 hours. It is not necessary to leave wallpaper during this time, where they can be exposed to moisture or direct sunlight, as this can lead to their warpage, as a result of which the gluing process will be more difficult.

It is very important to carefully prepare the base by removing the old wallpaper. Also, align the base, if necessary, and make sure to prime it.

All the rest depends solely on the type of wallpaper chosen. There are wallpapers that are very difficult to cut. For example, to cut bamboo wallpaper, you may need a metal scissors.

For gluing natural wallpaper, use only glue recommended by wallpaper manufacturers. Some use liquid nails for gluing bamboo wallpaper, but it is better not to do this, since the composition is applied to the wallpaper by strips, after which wallpaper is glued to the wall. In those places where glue was not applied, the wallpaper will unglued. Therefore, it is better to use a suitable adhesive designed for the chosen type of wallpaper, and apply it to the canvas completely.

Glue wallpaper end-to-end, and the joints in any case will be visible. If you plan to decorate the wall with an insert made of a wallpaper sheet, it is necessary to make the surface marking beforehand, even before glue is applied, because the natural wallpaper absorbs it very quickly.


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