Wallpaper and Painting Blog

Imagine a wallcovering integrated with hundreds of LED lights.  What a spectacular interior design! Ingo Maurer was the 1st designer to unveil this glowing wallpaper. He joined forces with the company Architects Paper to develop this geometric LED Wallpaper. It can change its colours from...

A classic Hamptons style is defined by relaxed beach living achieved by balancing contemporary styles with rustic touches. The look is bright and breezy utilising plenty of natural daylight. Walls are fresh white or neutral coloured think Dulux Natural White. But a classic wallpaper gives a...

    Wallpaper in a bathroom? Yes, yes ,yes!!! It may look like raw silk or grasscloth but it is actually a vinyl wallpaper, wash resistant, suitable for wet rooms. The practical day-to-day advantages of vinyl wallpaper are obvious: they are washable, light-resistant, splash-proof and extremely durable, which makes...

  Get modern with geometric wallpaper. Reinvent this classy luxury look conveying looks from the 20’s to the 70’s. Think Gatsby or in vogue retro designs in a sophisticated style. Geometric appreciates and showcases the chic style of simple lines and shapes. Use abstract and uncomplicated forms in...

If you are looking for an effective noise insulation product for a domestic soundproofing solution Latex sound proof lining paper is a great option. A sound proof wall liner deadens sound, particularly those noises in the lower frequency ranges. It stops noise from entering the...

We recently installed commercial wallpaper to the ceiling coffers at East Leagues Club. The non-woven metallic wallpaper was hung in one continuous roll which was 28 metres long! That’s 92 feet!   28 metres is the length of a standard FIBA basketball court The English yew evergreen tree...

  Why limit your choices? A great design idea for 2014 is to combine wallpapers within the same room. Make your choices based on colour, pattern and texture.     Same colour palate completely different patterns. Keep to similar hues and depths of colour. Use texture with a bold mural. The same...