Paper Wallcovering

… consists of two layers of paper (doubled), of which the upper layer is printed. Thus the embossed finish remains intact after hanging.



Relief wallcoverings

… consist of a layer of paper with expanded, threedimensional, usually multicolored overprint of dye paste. They are especially easy to install and are also suited for walls that have to stand up to more abuse or for damp rooms.

Vinyl wallcoverings

… consist of paper that has been embossed under heat after printing. This produces an especially attractive surface look. In addition, they are well suited to walls that must stand up to abuse and also good for damp rooms.






Non-woven wallcoverings

… differ from paper wallcoverings in that a special, high-quality, non-woven fabric is used as the backing. Non-woven wallcoverings come with relief or vinyl surfaces. These wallcoverings are particularly easy to install, since the wall or ceiling is covered with paste, then the sheets of wallcovering are simply laid on the pasted areas. No trestle table is needed. The lengths of wallcovering remain absolutely dimensionally stable (this means, they do not stretch or shrink), thus they require no soaking time. Moreover, small rips can be covered over. When the wallcovering is changed, this product is easily strippable – and leaves no residue.