●Pattern: Plain PVC Wallpaper Series
●Features stylish on-trend wallpaper
●A beautiful plain wallpaper
●Roll Size:0.53*10m (±5%）
●High-quality PVC wallpaper
●Easy to apply
●Modern Plain Home Decor Wallpaper
This Creates custom finishes, from worn leather to weathered metal. Using flat, satin, or gloss finish paint, you can create a unique combination that adds interest and beauty to any wall in your home. The Plain Wallpaper is part of the Plain Wallpaper Collection and is sure to make a welcome addition to your home. it is a fantastically versatile collection that is perfect for providing a strong textural quality to your walls while seamlessly recreating a rustic effect for your interiors. Modern Plain Home Decor Wallpaper.
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The first European wall decorations were textiles — in the Middle Ages, sumptuous wool and silk tapestries were used not only as décor and artwork but also as insulation. These tapestries were incredibly time-consuming to produce, with costly labor and supplies, and so were only really available to the wealthiest consumers. The Renaissance was the golden age of the textile, with expensive, beautifully woven fabrics used as decoration on walls, tables and doorways. It was during this time that wallpaper was developed as an inexpensive alternative to textiles.
The earliest surviving wallpapers are from early-16th century England . These were block-printed and then colored by hand. These early papers usually mimicked fabrics, like damasks, and were used not only as wallpaper but also as liners for chests and armoires (these tend to survive the longest, protected from elements and vagaries of fashion).
By the 1600’s, wallpaper was common in Western Europe. A paperhangers’ guild was started in Paris in 1599 , and a historian from the era, Savary des Brusions, wrote about dominotiers, who made “a type of tapestry on paper … which is used by the poorer classes in Paris to cover the walls of their huts or their shops.” It was also in the early 17th century that the Chinese began printing rice paper panels with flowers, birds and landscapes, a genre that became known as chinoiseries and were soon imitated by European designers, though the authentic imports were more highly prized
Flocked wallpaper was developed in the 17th century, as well. This involved printing a background color onto paper, then applying adhesive in a pattern, and sprinkling the paper with the dyed trimmings of sheep wool, resulting in a sumptuously textured imitation of cut velvet .
In the 18th and 19th centuries, wallpaper was an increasingly popular decoration, with designers exploring different kinds of patterns, including chinoiserie, flocking, scenic papers, and papers that imitated swags and tassels. Wallpaper designs were often topical: some American and French wallpapers celebrated the revolutions of 1776 and 1789, respectively, and the Great Exhibition of 1851 inspired several commemorative designs .
The 19th century was an age of immense technological development in every aspect of life, and wallpaper was no exception. The first machines for printing wallpaper were developed in the late-18th century and refined in the 19th century. It was during the 1800s that steam power was applied to the printing process, allowing papers to be printed much faster and cheaper than ever before. Inventors also developed industrial methods for printing multiple colors – 8 colors by 1850 and 20 colors by 1874.