FotoTapet Design Trends

Wall paper has seen a surge in popularity in recent years. It’s no wonder, with all of the benefits that wall paper has to offer. Thanks to modern technology, it is available in a myriad of colors, textures, patterns and styles. If you can’t find what you are looking for, chances are you can have some custom made. Furthermore, wall paper is durable, easy to clean and maintain, and can make your home healthier. Oh, and it looks great too—adding visual interest to any room of the home! Here are some of the latest design trends to consider when shopping for wall paper in Hawaii. One of most popular types of wall paper—on the island as well as the mainland—is grasscloth. Grasscloth can be used to create a sophisticated yet relaxed look. It adds visible texture and layers of interest to any room. If you are only applying grass cloth on part of a wall, such as under a chair rail, one trick that designers use is to apply the wall paper horizontally. Not only does this add unexpected interest, but it will also eliminate many of the seams, save on paper waste and reduce labor costs. Checkout FotoTapet for more info.

Using any type of organic, natural looking wall paper in Hawaii is also in vogue. The soft lines found on organic prints add a soothing element to any room of the house, giving it that laid back island vibe. The subtle color variations and natural imperfections of this type of wall paper make it more interesting and can transform your walls into artwork. Whether you prefer Bali leaves or a bamboo forest, organic designs are classic wall coverings that will bring the outdoors in adding uniqueness and harmony to your space. Such an aura never goes out of style. Another design trend that is bound to stay in style for years to come is creating an impact wall with wall paper in Hawaii that features an three-dimensional, oversized pattern. A few rolls of textured wallpaper can do a lot more than paint. Whether you are decorating a master bedroom or a great room, installing a wall paper with a hand sculptured pattern on a single wall can make a dramatic statement for a fraction of the cost of the materials it mimics such as stone or tile. You can then incorporate the theme into the rest of the room using accessories and smaller accent pieces.