The walls are an integral part of the interior. And often, only with their help can you decorate and change the entire environment. But if you want to get away from traditional painting, there are several wall coverings that delight every taste.

There are easy-to-install do-it-yourself coatings as well as more complex coatings that require a specialist to place them.

Wall cladding: Know the main types of materials

One of the great advantages of wall cladding is the ability to change it frequently, depending on the material chosen, and to give the environment a new look at all times.

In this post you can see the most important ones wall claddings , for which room they are most indicated and the necessary installation technology. Come on?

Know the main types of wall coverings with ideas and useful information

Wall tiles: tiles

Ideal for coating bathrooms, kitchens and outdoor areas, the tiles have become a trend in decoration. Very durable and resistant, this type of coating can be found in different colors, designs and formats. For those who like a retro style, the choice for the tile is ideal.

For the installation, however, you should seek the help of a trained specialist. If you get tired of the tile, you can replace it with another one by laying it on or using wall stickers.

Check out some tiled floor designs:

Figure 1 – Kitchen with geometric coating.

Geometric wallcovering
The retro style is guaranteed in this project, while the furniture and decoration bring a little modernity to the environment. Note that the tile is the visual element of greater strength in the decoration.

Image 2 – coating with optical illusion.

Coating with optical illusion
The shapes of this tile create a slight illusion of appearance. But they bring the charm and sophistication of this kitchen.

Picture 3 – wall with colored tiles.

Wall with colored tiles

Without the worry of following an order, this wall uses tiles of various colors and designs to create a relaxed panel.

Figure 4 – Bathroom with tiles to match the furniture.

Bathroom with matching tiles with the furniture
The earthy tone of the tile matches the wood tone of the furniture very well. This type of coating is most commonly used in the wall where the sink is located.

Image 5 – Zigzag tiles on the wall of the sink.

Zigzag tile on kitchen wall

Figure 6 – Contrast black and white.

Black and white contrast on wallcovering

Image 7 – discreet tile, but that makes the difference in this project.

Wallcovering: discreet tile

Figure 8 – Tiles of molds to form the dining room.

Tile for dining room shapes
The neutral and soft tones of this tile left the dining room somewhat relaxed. Note that the other elements of the environment go practically unnoticed, such as the floor.

Image 9 – Blue coating on the outside in contrast to white.

Blue coating on the outside area

Picture 10 – Bathroom with green tiles.

Bathroom with green tiles

Wall covering: tablets

The pellets are sensitive and versatile coating options. Available in a variety of colors and materials, lozenges are widely used in bathrooms, but you can see them in kitchen designs and outdoors.

To use them, you can choose either an entire wall or a single vertical or horizontal banner. In bathrooms, they are often in the box or above the sink.

In the kitchen they are most often seen at the sink. Attention to inserting the inserts, in case of doubt, call a professional.

Check out some tablet designs and get inspired:

Figure 11 – Shell-shaped tablet.

Shell shaped inserts

The panels of this wall have a shape of the bowl that is well differentiated in relation to the majority. The option was to install it in the box.

Picture 12 – Bathroom covered with small blue tablets.

Bathroom with small blue inserts

Figure 13 – Tablets in the same color of the wall and furniture.

Tablets in the same color as furniture

Picture 14 – Red tablets on the worktop in the bathroom.

Red tablets on the countertop
The red inserts create a contrast to the white of the bathroom. Note from the reflection that they are also on the opposite wall.

Figure 15 – Zigzag tablets.

Zigzag inserts

Figure 16 – Tablets placed irregularly in the kitchen.

Tablets in the kitchen irregularly
In white, gray and yellow, these pastilles created a modern and reduced visual effect for the kitchen. Note that they do not fill the entire wall and that they have been installed unevenly even without a fixed pattern.

Figure 17 – Hexagonal inserts.

Hexagonal inserts
The hexagonal design of these inserts appreciated the environment. Mark the gray dots on some tablets that have broken the monotony of white.

Figure 18 – Incomplete coating of black pellets.

Incomplete coating of pellets

Picture 19 – Brilliant kitchen finish.

Brilliant kitchen finish

The shiny metal inserts left the kitchen luxuriously, combined with the color of the furniture.

Figure 20 – Square inserts.

Square inserts

Wallpaper: stones and marble

Stones, marble and granite give the environment a rustic and natural air. Very often used in kitchens, TV or dining rooms and as external wall cladding, such as balconies, conservatories, etc.

However, this type of coating is also not suitable for those who are thinking about frequent changes in the environment. To place another coating, it is necessary to completely remove the stones or marble, as this type of surface treatment does not even allow another layer to be overlaid.

The help of a professional in the installation is also welcome.

Figure 21 – Bathroom with black marble floor.

Bathroom with black marble finish

Figure 22 – Coal effect.

Coal effect on the coating
The wall of this room was lined with a kind of stone, a toothpick. The black color of the coating gave it a charcoal look. The result was interesting.

Picture 23 – White marble tapes on the kitchen counter.

White marble bands

Picture 24 – Wall tiles with slate.

Wallcovering in living room with slate

Picture 25 – Rustic stones to compose the kitchen.

Rustic stones for cooking

Figure 26 – Half wall of the bathroom covered with stones in the form of tablets.

Half bathroom wall with tablet shape

Picture 27 – Dark stones for the kitchen wall.

Dark Stones on the Kitchen Wall

Picture 28 – TV wall covered with colored stones.

TV wall covered with stones

Picture 29 – Marble puzzle.

Marble puzzle
The wall of this dining room was lined with marble pieces that were nested one inside the other and formed a kind of puzzle. Note that some stand out from the wall and create a nuanced perspective on the wall.

Picture 30 – Marble floor in the TV room.

Blackout drapes / curtains in-room safe

Wall tiles: porcelain

It is so beautiful and versatile that the Porcelanato is no longer the exclusive floor of the house. With models that mimic materials – such as wood or marble – they are very successful in coating interior and exterior walls.

They have great durability and durability. Another feature in their favor is cleaning. The porcelain tile is a very easy to clean material.

See models of porcelain tiles:

Image 31 – Porcelain in various shapes.

Porcelain wall coverings
This room has received a clean and modern look with porcelain stoneware. Note that pieces of different sizes were used to create a different look, and most importantly, that it didn’t look like the traditional floor.

Picture 32 – Porcelain stoneware finish.

Imitation stone porcelain tile flooring

Image 33 – Porcelain tile that looks like marble on the kitchen counter.

Porcelanato that looks like marble in the workbench

Image 34 – Wood paneling on the TV wall.

Wood Flooring on TV Wall
It looks like wood, but it is not. The quality of the texture and colors of porcelain tiles that imitate wood are so real that they test everyone. In this picture, the suggestion was to use it as a TV panel.

Picture 35 – Double coating.

Double coating
The porcelain tile of this picture is in two places: the bottom of the countertop and the wall of the TV. The contrasting color coating matched.

Image 36 – Porcelain tiles in the wall of the stairs.

Porcelain tiles in the wall of the staircase

Picture 37 – Porcelain stoneware for the TV panel.

Porcelain for the TV panel
The option of this project was to leave the Porcelanato as a panel for the television. The neutral color harmonizes with the wooden floor, also made of porcelain stoneware.

Figure 38 – Ethnic porcelain.

Ethnic porcelain
The figure that forms the porcelain tile on this wall resembles ethnic and tribal designs. Note how a single wall with the right coating can change the overall look of the environment.

Picture 39 – Wall covering from marbled kitchen.

Marbled wall tiles

Picture 40 – Gray wall covering.

Gray wallcovering
The sober color of this coating covers the rest of the room decoration.

Wall covering: wallpaper / sticker

The wallpaper is an old acquaintance of decorators and architects. They decorate room walls, bedrooms, hallways, halls and wherever the imagination allows. They are only suitable for wet areas such as kitchens, bathrooms and outdoor areas.

Wall stickers play a role, which is very similar to wallpaper, but give the ability to be placed in environments where the background image cannot come close. It is therefore common to see stickers in the kitchen and bathroom, for example.

What do you have in common? Decorative adhesives and wallpapers not only have a trend in decoration, but also the advantage that they can be imagined in a wide variety of sizes, colors, designs and formats.

They are one of the few types of flooring where you can do the installation yourself without professional help. You just need to pay attention to a few details, such as the formation of bubbles that can imperfect the paper or adhesive and affect the end result.

Otherwise, just enjoy the look these coatings bring. And if it’s bad, just take it and put it on. No dirt, no cracks.

Would you like to see some models?

Picture 41 – Wallpaper imitated burned cement.

Wallpaper that mimics burnt cement
The perfection of this wallpaper, which mimics fired cement, is impressive. It brings out the textures and reliefs of this type of finish. A wall covering that can be used in bedrooms and living rooms depending on which look you want to create.

Picture 42 – Bring nature into the room.

Nature into the room
This wall coating makes the decoration alone. The beauty of the drawing does not go unnoticed.

Picture 43 – wallpaper with soft and subtle print.

Soft-touch wallpaper

Figure 44 – Home Office with wallpaper.

Home office with wallpaper
This home office looked clean and sleek with the white and gray wallpaper. A wall that was valued by a simple property.

Image 45 – Paper imitates stone to line the wall of the stairs.

Imitation stone paper

Picture 46 – Wallpaper for children’s room.

Wallpaper for children's room
This nursery was lively and fun with the walls lined with wallpaper. The stylized leaves of Adam’s rib plant – another decorative trend – have been transferred to the infantile universe.

Picture 47 – Wall covering for double rooms.

Wallcovering for double room
The wallpaper with the black lines, which now point upwards and now point downwards, brought bright air into the double room. The wallpaper also helped break the predominant white of the area.

Picture 48 – Wallpaper of black and white printing.

Wallpaper with black and white print
Very similar to the previous proposal. This wallpaper has a light and delicate print that contrasts with the black background. The result is a clean and stylish double room.

Picture 49 – Tropical wallpaper for the balcony.

Tropical wallpaper for balcony
The cladding of this outer wall brought an interesting proposal for the project. With a tropical forest design, the wallpaper on this balcony plays a scenic role.

Picture 50 – Wall covering for children’s room.

Wallcovering for children's room
The wallpaper full of drawings related to the children’s universe has made this room charming. The wallpaper also found its place in the other decorative elements and harmonized with the whole decoration.

Wall covering: structured mass

The textured mass is ideal for covering the semi-fair wall of the house, as this type of coating does not require any preparation of the wall and can even be passed on to the wall without plastering or painting.

With the structured mass, you can make different types of drawings only with the roller or trowel. Just like paper and wall stickers, the structured mass can be applied in a do-it-yourself style. But if you don’t have many skills, a painter can do the job for you.

After application, it is possible to paint the wall of the color you want, or in the white, original color of the mass.

Check out some models of the wall coated with textured mass below:

Image 51 – Structured mass in waves: light and delicate view.

Textured mass as wallcovering

Figure 52 – Textured leaf wall.

Textured wall of leaves

Figure 53 – Wall coated with structural mass: volume and rustic appearance.

Wall with textured mass

Image 54 – Bee-shaped coating.

Honeycomb coating
Do you remember or do you remember a beehive? This coating was made with textured mass and changed the face of the couple’s bedroom.

Picture 55 – Wall textured room.

Wall textured room

Other wall coverings

If you still can’t find the ideal support for this wall of your house. Do not be discouraged. There are numerous wall covering options available on the market. The technology used for this purpose is not undesirable and is always creating new products.

Here are some of these new features and trends:

Image 56 – 3D dining room flooring and mirror.

3D Dining Room Flooring and Mirror

Image 57 – Coating with synthetic grass.

Synthetic grass coating
Another coating and that creates a very interesting effect. It can be used successfully in rooms, especially children and adolescents, in the living room and in covered outdoor areas such as balconies and balconies.

Picture 58 – Wall of the room covered with painted bricks.

Wall of the room covered with painted brick

Figure 59 – Concrete block with different page numbers

Concrete block coating

Picture 60 – Bathroom with mirrored tiles.

Bathroom with mirrored brick

Picture 61 – Structured plaster that imitates the stone.

Plaster textured immitating stone

Figure 62 – Room facing exposed brick.

Room facing brick with a view

Image 63 – Three-dimensional ceramic room covering.

Three-dimensional ceramic room flooring

Picture 64 – Wall covered with mirror.

Mirror-lined wall

Figure 65 – Triangular coating with 3D effect.

Triangular coating with 3D effect



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