How to use a wall – Tektura style!


Its sometimes difficult to know what to do with your walls. They are the main structural feature point that need to be utilised to create the perfect space. With a wall you really only have four options; paint it, wallpaper it, knock it down in anger or cover it in one of these amazing coverings.


Tektura are a wall covering specialist that have  a fantastic range of designs. One that stands out for its technological advances is the Space range. This wall covering is a fabric backed vinyl that offer an easy-clean finish, and high resistance to knocks and scrapes. They are designed to withstand high traffic levels, and will not tear easily. With regular cleaning they will retain their original appearance for many years depending on area of use. Its a great wall covering because of its three-dimensional effects. The ripples will make any room stand out and give it a much slicker finishing compared to more two-dimensional coverings or paint.


 Another great option would be some digital art covering. These are designed by the Steven Sisters for Tektura. They are a range of sketched art that is digitally enhanced to be used as a wall covering. One of the great things about this wall covering is it adds an additional feature to any room environment. It is light and is also fun and a great feature to have in any room.warehouse-context

One that really stands out which enhances the ideology of the classic wallpaper but with a new flare is the Century wall covering. This option gives you the option to have a variety due to the quality of colours that are flexed through the wall covering.  There are 15 versions to choose from. Going from orangey-yellow tonal covering to luscious green duel toned coverings. They really lighten up any room!

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If you want to know more about Tektura,  click here! 


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