Textured plain wallpaper is the ideal solution to be used alongside a colorful patterned feature wall, or for a full room decorating solution to cover a bland space such as hallways and staircases. Plain and textured wallpaper creates a very interesting look by adding depth and contrast that painting simply cannot do.
Texture is a big element in interior decoration. To create visually appealing spaces, we apply various elements of design – lines and shapes, color, texture & patterns, proportions, and light. Texture the is surface quality of the wallpaper. Every wallpaper has a texture whether it be smooth or rough, bumpy or flat. Our perception of textured wallpaper on the wall is also influenced by the textures of adjacent surfaces, our viewing distance, as well as the lighting applied. A rough wallpaper seem more textured next to smooth surfaces, when viewed up close, and when lit from the side.
A textured wallpaper can be described as either tactile or visual. Tactile textured wallpaper relates to the actual feeling of the surface of the wallpaper– smooth, rough, soft, hard, etc. Visual texture of a wallpaper is our perception of what the texture of the wallpaper might feel like to touch. In other words, we often make assumptions about the texture of a wallpaper based on our memory of touching similar surfaces.