The selection of wallpapers in a wide variety of material qualities, colours and designs can be considered gigantic nowadays. This opens up a wide range of design options for you. Whether woodchip, paper wallpaper with patterns, satin, non-woven or textured wallpaper – you are sure to find the right wall decoration for your ambience. Even individual photo and design wallpapers can be realised using modern printing processes.
Of course, you can do the wallpapering yourself. Woodchip, non-woven and multi-layered paper wallpapers are still quite easy to apply to the wall. It is more difficult with metal or glass fibre wallpaper. When doing it yourself, however, it is not only a question of time. The essential question is whether you are really satisfied with the result after completing the wallpapering work.
If you want to be absolutely sure that the wallpaper is applied quickly, perfectly smoothly and without any unsightly gaps, you should hire a specialist company such as MVM AG. We not only ensure flawless results in wallpapering work, but also advise you in detail on the choice of wallpaper. With our experience and knowledge of the market, we can unerringly present you with suitable samples for your ambience and ideas.
Compared to mere coats of wall paint, wallpaper offers some advantages that should not be underestimated. Not only do you get much more, but due to the variety of designs, you also get numerous more unusual options for wall design.
In addition, wallpaper can be a cost-effective alternative to wall paint. This depends on the nature of the surface and how many layers of paint need to be applied to achieve an attractive result. Classic emulsion paints are quite affordable. If you prefer environmentally friendly lime or silicate paints, you will have to stretch your budget a little more. Depending on the time required and your budget, but also if you have special patterns or many colour components, wallpaper may be the better alternative. And last but not least, wallpaper is also better at hiding wall irregularities and drill holes than paint.
Wallpapers originally come from the Orient. They were initially made of leather, which was partly embossed and gilded. The Moors brought them to Spain in the 11th century, from where they gradually spread throughout Europe. The materials used were mainly parchment and fabric. The earliest paper wallpapers were still painted by hand or covered with wool dust. With the progress in printing technology, wallpaper finally became affordable for the middle class and was able to start its triumphal procession.
Today, you can choose from a wide variety of materials that form the basis of wallpaper production. We will be happy to show you personally which types there are as well as their respective advantages and disadvantages. The most common forms are:
As a specialist company with a great deal of know-how and many years of experience in wallpapering, we offer you perfect services if you decide on this type of wall design. We will advise you in advance, free of charge and in person, so that we can respond specifically to your needs and wishes. The best thing to do is to contact us online to arrange an appointment at your place. Our wallpapering team at MVM AG looks forward to your challenge!
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