• Wallpaper stripping

  • Wall preparation

  • Wall lining

  • Feature wall installation 

  • Wallpaper can last up to 15 years and beyond, which makes it cost-effective in the long run.( properly hung wallpaper will last 3 times as long as paint)

  • Hides many surface imperfection.

  • It can add warmth, depth, and style to a room that monotone paint simply cannot achieve.

  • Beautiful designs, intriguing textures, and beautiful prints have an impactful effect on the décor of a room.

  • Wallpaper can be used to create a designer look in any space, and can also be applied to just one wall as a feature wall.

  • Wallpaper comes in a dazzling array of designs with an incredible selection of beautiful effects like pearl and glitter, raised inks, suede, gels, beads, foils,   embossed silk textures, and natural grasscloth.

Traditional Wallpaper

One of the most popular type. Can be single (simplex) or double (duplex) layered. Cellulose is the main component of the product. They are very ecological, they let walls breathe, therefore they are widely used for bedrooms (children bedrooms especially) and dining rooms. They are very affordable and accessible, can be literary found in any diy store. However, the colours fade away in the sun, and they are not washable. Some of the wallpapers are less resistant to moist, therefore it is hard to apply them to a wall without washing away some of the colour or them being stretched. 

Vinyl Wallpaper

A very popular type of wallpapers. They consist of a backing layer, paper or fibre, and a plastic upper coating. Their practical day to day advantages are obvious: they are washable, light- resistant, relatively cheap and extremely durable which makes them the ideal candidate of frequently used rooms (kitchens, dining rooms, bathrooms). Should only be changed every 10–20 years. Vinyl wallpapers vary greatly in colour and pattern, they can imitate wood, stone, concrete, etc. However, they do not allow the walls to breathe.

Lining Paper

Isn’t a decorative wallpaper as it does not have a printed or decorative finish. It’s applied to bare walls or ceilings in preparation for painting or papering with decorative wallpaper. The main purpose of lining paper is to cover minor imperfections on a surface before painting it or to hide a strong colour previously applied to walls or ceilings before a lighter colour wallpaper or paint is to be applied.