Paper, textiles, vinyl - and this is not a complete list of materials from which to produce contemporary Wallpaper. There are also washable and paintable Wallpaper. A variety of textures, colors and patterns pleasing to the eye. What Wallpaper to choose?

Paper wall. The most popular, inexpensive and time-tested Wallpaper. But they also are different mainly differ in density (there are two or three layers). Pros: ease of gluing, eco-friendliness, price. Cons: are moisture, fade in the sun.

Vinyl Wallpaper. These Wallpapers consist of two layers: paper and vinyl (which can Wallpaper not afraid of moisture and wash). Pros: can be washed, do not fade in the sun. Cons: very dense, so don't let the walls "breathe" (for this reason, it is not necessary to glue them in the bedroom or nursery).

Textile Wallpaper. More difficult to manufacture, therefore more expensive paper and vinyl. The basis is paper, which is laminated by threads or by fabric (cotton, rayon, linen). Pros: absorb sound, keep warm, look rich and luxurious. Cons: require careful handling (dry clean only), absorb odors and moisture.

Non-woven Wallpaper. Most often made from cellulose fibers. Their peculiarity is that the adhesive is applied on the wall, and then neatly stick the Wallpaper. Pros: resistant to deformation, breathable, camouflage flaws. Cons: high price.