For all these reasons, it is not enough to talk just about wallpaper, but it is necessary to understand the several products available today. Let's take a look at the different types of solutions:
Natural paper: wallpaper made from natural fibres is called cellulose. This solution is highly appreciated for its resistance over time and for its ecological specifications as it is not made from plastic but obtained through the processing of wood.
Textile wallpaper/washable wallpaper: it consists on paper made of "non-woven fabric" also known as Nonwoven fabric. The visual effect of this material is very similar to "real" fabric, but it is cheaper and more resistant. The sheet is created by combining synthetic and natural fibres such as cotton, silk, jute, etc. It is an increasingly popular material on building sites because it allows the wall to "breathe”, preventing the formation of mould. Wallpaper’s water-repellent properties make it very easy to clean and its composition makes it resistant to high temperatures.
Vinyl cladding: This is a very high quality material that is often considered for domestic environments. It is fireproof, odourless, washable and consents the creation of large formats. Wallpapers with this composition can offer even more variety, mainly through the creation of 3D effects.