Decorating interior walls with P33 Textured Brick Wallpaper designs is in fashion. And it is a great alternative for you to create surprising interior wall decor full of personality.
In interior decoration, textured brick wallpaper has become synonymous with ultra-modern and is perfect for rustic, industrial, minimalist or vintage style decorations. Brick walls in the current scenario are the new vintage modern. One barely has to make any huge achievement to achieve this look, just an old material painted with a fresh, bright shade of paints, and you are good to go!
Thus, the use of brick wallpaper in homes, houses and office achieves a surprising effect. Because from a conventional element, a fresh and innovative aesthetic is achieved.
In addition, it presents a multitude of finishes in both texture and design. You have a choice of colors of which each design results in a totally different result.
Wallpaper Kenya extensive Selected Stone Catalog at the best prices have made an exclusive selection of brick wallpaper that you can use in all kinds of rooms. Such as the living room, the hallway and stairwells, bedrooms or kitchen.
Likewise, you will find multiple and varied designs. You will find brick wallpaper textures that imitate exposed brick, as well as rustic-style bricks. Or designs that reproduce more refined bricks formed from thin stone plates. These are not the only possibilities Wallpaper Kenya offers. We have such a wide variety so that you can get the design that best suits your style.
If you prefer to give a vintage look to your home or work environment decoration, you can combine brick walls with classic wooden or iron furniture, whose traditional aesthetics create a perfect focal point.
Discover the elegance of textured brick wallpaper and create atmospheres with uniquer character.
Faux P33 Textured Brick Wallpaper
Anything that has a surface has some type of texture. These includes all kinds of wallpaper. Textured brick wallpaper is the way a surface looks. And texture is experienced in two ways — with touch (tactile) and with our eyes (visually). Fine interior decorators and often use textured brick wallpaper in the following ways to:
- To create a focal point
- add interest
- provide contrast
- visually balance their compositions
When used with deliberate skill, brick wallpaper texture will bring a composition together creating the illusion of realism and adding unity. In wallpaper, as in all other surfaces, there are two types of texture — tactile and visual. The most common brick wallpaper texture is visual.
The tactile texture of the wallpaper, the real texture, is most of the time smooth. And by tactile we mean the actual way the wallpaper surface feels when you touch. Meaning it is not rough to touch even though it appears rough when you look at it. It is also not as such hard, or real 3-D as it appears when you look at it.
In other words, the visual texture of the wallpaper is not real texture. Just like all textures you observe in photo wall mural wallpaper are visual textures. No matter how rough objects may seem to appear in a photo wall mural wallpaper, the surface of the photograph is always going to be smooth and flat to the touch.
Designers create the illusion of brick texture on wallpaper by simulation or implying it through the use of various art elements such as lines, shading and color. It is created by repeating lines, dot or other shapes to create a pattern. Varying the size, density, and orientation of these marks will produce other desired effects as well.
Although there are hundreds, perhaps thousands of different types of texture, nonetheless, all texture will fall under two broad categories — rough and smooth.
Visual texture is very essential in brick wallpaper to make the wallpaper appear like real brick. Even in abstract paintings texture can serve to enhance the viewers experience by suggesting certain feelings or mood regarding the artwork. Texture can also serve to organize and unify various areas of a composition.
Textured brick wallpaper are faux textures. The idea of “faux” in front of anything means that it’s a fake, a copy, a tacky-ish version of the real thing. Textured brick wallpaper finishes in home décor done the right way, will get results you’ll be proud of.
Ultimately, faux textured brick wallpaper is a term used to describe a decorative wallpaper finish that replicates the appearance of natural building brick walls. These include:
· Faux Marble Wallpaper
There are as may variation in the color and texture of marble wallpaper as there are in real marble stones. The two main influences are the kind of limestone that makes up the parent rock and the kind and degree of metamorphism. It can be most any color including white, black, reds, greens, and more. It is
usually course grained though fine-grained marble is found in some places and is highly prized for creating sculptures. Marble is used as building materials for its strength and beauty.
· 3D White Brick Wallpaper
White is arguably the most versatile brick wallpaper. It seems that no matter the Interior decor style, from classic and cozy to clean and contemporary, white brick wallpaper just works.
· Grey 3D Textured Brick Wallpaper
· 3D Slate Stone:
Slate is a fine-grained, foliated, homogeneous metamorphic rock derived from an original shale-type sedimentary rock composed of clay or volcanic ash through low-grade regional metamorphism. It is the finest grained foliated metamorphic rock. Foliation may not correspond to the original sedimentary layering, but instead is in planes perpendicular to the direction of metamorphic compression. The foliation in slate is called “slaty cleavage”. It is caused by strong compression causing fine grained clay flakes to regrow in planes perpendicular to the compression.
When expertly “cut” by striking parallel to the foliation, with a specialized tool in the quarry, many slates will display a property called fissility, forming smooth flat sheets of stone which have long been used for roofing, floor tiles, and other purposes.
Slate is frequently grey in color, especially when seen, en masse, covering roofs. However, slate occurs in a variety of colors even from a single locality;
for example, slate from North Wales can be found in many shades of grey, from pale to dark, and may also be purple, green or cyan. Slate is not to be confused with shale, from which it may be formed, or schist.
· Texture Red Brick Wallpapers
· 3D Brown Brick
· Cornish Stone Textured Brick Wallpaper
Cornwall stone is a low iron feldspar material used primarily as a flux in clay bodies and glazes. It has a more diversified selection of fluxes than other feldspar’s but also has one of the highest silica contents. By itself it does not and it is popular in engobes for its adhesive power during and after firing and in glazes for its low shrinkage and minimal contribution to defects.
· 3D Industrial Brick
Take Industrial conversions as a fantastic opportunity to be imaginative. Exposed brickwork wallpaper present you who are settled in suburban homes an opportunity to be creative.
· Orange Brick
· Navy Blue Brick