The wallpaper is a type of material used to cover and decorate interior walls of homes, offices, cafeterias, public buildings, museums, post offices and other buildings; This is one aspect of interior decoration. It is usually sold in rolls and placed on a wall using painted wallpaper. Wallpapers can appear as a “paper coating” (which can be painted or used to help cover uneven surfaces and minor wall defects, thus giving a better surface), texture (like Anaglypta) With the regular repeat pattern or, less frequently nowadays, with a large non-repetitive design centered on a set of sheets. The smallest rectangle that can be tiled to form the entire pattern is known as the repeat pattern name.
Background printing techniques include surface printing, gravure printing, screen printing, rotary printing and digital printing. The wallpaper is composed of long rollers, suspended vertically on a wall. The modified wallpapers are designed so that the pattern “repeat” and the cut pieces of the same roll can be connected to each other in order to continue the pattern without easy to see where the union between two parts occurs. In the case of large images, complex models, this is usually done by starting the second part up to half the length of the repeat, so that if the descending pattern, the roller repeats after 24 inches, the next piece laterally Roll is cut to Start 12 inches below the template’s first. The number of times the pattern is repeated horizontally on a roll does not matter for this purpose. A single pattern can be emitted in several different colors.
The world’s most expensive wallpaper, ‘The War of Independence’ was priced at £ 24,896.50 ($ 44,091 or £ 36,350) for a set of 32 panels. The wallpaper was designed by Zuber in France and is very popular in the United States.