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Five wall covering ideas to dress up your interior in Tigard in Oregon
Wall paint, plaster, wallpaper, wall fabric, paneling … the offers in terms of wallcoverings is extensive.
How do you find the ideal product to dress your interior? Here are five ideas to inspire you
Your walls are a decorative asset … provided you know how to use the right décor materials.
When well-chosen, your wallcoverings decorate, protect, bring a traditional or, on the contrary, contemporary touch, visually enlarge the space or increase the ceiling height.
Choosing between the available wall covering options can be quite confusing, especially if you’re a first-time homeowner.
With that in mind, here is a quick look at the most common wallcoverings you can choose from.
There are various categories of murals that can give a classic and traditional style or contemporary and design to your interiors.
In a mat or ultra-mat, satin or shiny finish, the wall paint is distinguished by its multiple iridescent, sanded, pearly colors.
On the decorative side, murals can be used to dress each wall or to highlight a strong architectural element of the room, such as a fireplace, an alcove, or a staircase.
Interior painting hides the small defects of the walls and surfaces and gives a particular character to the decoration.
If you want to create an industrial look and feel, for instance, using a metallic coating is ideal.
Painting is perhaps the easiest and most transformative way to update the look and feel of your home interior.
If you don’t have the tools and skills, consider hiring a painting contractor for a little help with your project.
The wallpaper is now an easy-to-install and undemanding covering.
To choose your wallpaper, first, understand that four main categories stand out.
The basic wallpaper and vinyl wallpaper still require a gluing table and only arise in perfectly clean and low-traffic rooms.
The non-woven wallpaper (made of polyester and cellulose fibers, among other things) installs directly on the glued wall, and the expanded wallpaper accommodates some imperfections.
Placed in a single strip, at the head of the bed, or to accent a wall, this wall covering offers a wonderfully trendy graphic rendering.
When well-chosen and placed on the back wall of a room, it can give an important impression of depth.
The Wall Fabric
Being an innovative covering solution for walls and ceilings, the wall fabric is stretched with beveled cardboard, sticks in the same way as wallpaper or is laminated on specific foam.
This wall covering is top of the range when anti-stain and anti-dust are added.
Because it requires careful preparation and expert installation for a result that meets expectations, it is generally set up by a seasoned professional.
The filling of holes and cracks, the cleaning and the application of an undercoat on the walls can be quite demanding for an average DIY enthusiast.
Paneling and Natural Coverings
Wood, leather, and natural stone covering solutions create a warm and welcoming interior.
The natural wall covering is often raw, created without harmful products.
This is often placed on one or more walls: in the living room to enhance the sofa, in the bedroom to create coziness or in the dining room to evoke sophistication.
The raw material offers a multitude of colors and shades: from pure white to matt slate. And the good news is: despite its neat, visually attractive appearance, it does not cost as much per square meter.
Consult an Expert Painter
If you’re planning for interior repainting in Beaverton, Oregon, our team at Maller Painting Company can help.
We have years of interior painting experience serving the areas of Beaverton, Sherwood, and Tigard, Oregon.
Our team can help you choose the best type of paint as well and paint colors at no extra cost.
To give us a try, book a FREE estimate below or call us on (503) 410-6366 if you have any questions.
Kevin began painting houses with his father’s company, C&K Painting, in 1996. His father taught him how to use a brush, roller, and caulk and clean a brush properly. He then worked for several other paint companies, where he learned how to spray oils, lacquers, and all water-based finishes. In 2012, after 15 years of experience, he decided to get licensed and start the Maller Painting Company. His team has focused on providing the best re-painting services to our residential clients in the Beaverton area.