Festivals are a great time to renovate and do up your home. Throughout the year, the effort seems like quite a drag. So instead of just doing small décor changes, if you really want to make an impact, then our round up of wall claddings is definitely the way to go.
Wallpaper – Wallpaper is our number one go-to for whenever you want a quick look change. As long as the wall, where you intend to use it is dry, you’re good to go. Wallpaper is a trend, which is not going to get old anytime soon. It is even being incorporated into accent furniture to create distinctive, “one-of-a-kind” pieces. Its ability to add interest to any space, but that doesn’t mean you necessarily have to go crazy with it. Fevicol Wall fix is a good adhesive to install wallpaper with. Try using it in a smaller area such as a bathroom or anteroom. Use soft colours with a hint of metallics like a gold or copper to keep with the festivities coming up. If your space is predominantly plain, then you can take the leap with, a complete metallic textured wallpaper. Remember wallpapers cannot be used on walls with moisture in them. You can use the wall with moisture meters available in the market. They give you a precise reading of how much moisture there is and then you can treat the wall accordingly.
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Laser Cut Wall Panels – These can be used against the wall or as screens. The laser-cut screen is more than just artwork, it’s also a handy privacy panel that demarcates spaces and creates automatic walls for you. Laser-cut metal panels or MDF panels allow light to pass through in beautiful patterns while providing ample screening and privacy. These panels can also have a fabric backdrop and which when backlit at night creates intense drama. Such screens not only allow light in but also some of the colours and textures from the outside world, helping to limit that feeling of being closed in.
Tiles and stones can also be fixed on panels using the Roff Ply Master.
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Tufted Wall Panels – Like your headboard, even walls can be quilted up in fabric.
It’s a great way of spicing things up in your spaces. You can use vivid colors as well which will add warmth to spaces like the kids’ bedrooms. Today, we go a step further and pull out a trick that works in pretty much every room of the house and is ideal for those looking to bring a new texture into their home. For contemporary interiors filled with glass, stone, and concrete, upholstered walls are a gift from design heaven! And exquisite tufted wall panels take this to a whole new level.
You need a good adhesive for when the foam is stuck onto the plywood, we recommend you use Fevicol SH for this.
Stone Panelling – In India we are lucky to have such a wide variety of stone materials readily available in the market. Large walls, which you like to decorate, but at the same time want a natural vibe, stone walls are the way to go. Even in bathrooms, on walls where there is a moisture problem, it is an interesting idea to cover the wall with stone slabs as it enhances the space and brings out the best in the bathroom’s design. Flawless design using walls of stone can accentuate the warm atmosphere of a house, be it minimalist, traditional or eclectic.
How do you go about doing this? Large stones can be fixed on internal and external vertical cladding. A blended polymer modified cement-based tile adhesive, called Roff Stone Tile Adhesive is specially designed for stone cladding and heavy-duty tile applications.