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About wallpaper

Here is a description of different types of wallpaper and installation advice.

Traditional wallpaper is a repetitive reproduction of a pattern every 10 to 27’’ (25 x 68 cm). A wallpaper mural is made up of overlapping paper widths that form a single pattern that can be up to 36 feet wide (almost 11 metres), according to Muralunique.com.

For the same size, the prices of murals vary between $100 and $1,000 according to the quality of the paper and the glue. Muralunique describes four types.

Canadian Shield rock by Donn Petelka. Muralunique.com
Canadian Shield rock by Donn Petelka. Muralunique.com

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Murale de papier peint New Wave 2015 de Rasch.de

Wallpaper as a work of art

Several factors can increase the value of your home. Investing in real estate is well known. Investing in art is too. But have you ever heard of investing in wallpaper or a wallpaper mural*?

Here and in Europe, artists are constantly reinventing the image of wallpaper and reusable wallpaper murals. Some works have even made their way into museums (Rasch.de).

In Quebec, at Muralunique.com, some thirty artists put their imagination to the service of this art form. For a universe dedicated to childrens’ imaginations, Annie Giroux, Tony Floreani, Birgit Schulz, Ruth Baker, Johanne Pépin have created great murals: a wacky library, a line of sheep with round eyes admiring the baby’s crib, a firehouse, a big wheel race, a hockey locker room, a construction site, a medieval castle, a space city, fantasy trees, enchanted forests, fairy tales, a pirate ship, giant alphabets, etc. Hours of passionate stories to share with children.

Donn Petelka uses a camera to plunge us into the bowels of nature, as shown by the attached photo of the Canadian Shield reproduced on a 15‘ x 9‘ (4.57m x 2.75m) mural. If all of the walls were covered with the Canadian Shield, we would probably feel the freshness of the caves. Continue reading