A question of space
- The large size designs attract the eye, and are therefore suitable for a large room. On the other hand, they can overload a room cramped or full of nooks and crannies.
- A light and plain tapestry, or even small patterns, enlarges the small rooms and is more restful for the eyes in spaces where you are called to spend the most time.
- To highlight a tapestry with a somewhat original pattern, choose either a furniture of the same style, or a furniture completely neutral.
- Vertical stripes on a low wall will give it a little height - provided the ceiling remains white.
- On the ceiling, strips perpendicular to the door artificially shorten the space, while parallel strips lengthen it.
- Before pasting the paper, check the effect it will produce by holding a sample in front of the wall.
- Structured papers effectively camouflage cracks and irregularities.
- Do not forget to note the serial number of your rolls to be able to recommend the same one.