Since its inception, wallpaper has been used significantly in covering walls and acting as a good decorative agent to living rooms. It has made a name for itself a less expensive alternative to tapestries, which were once used by the wealthy to cover stone walls, keep the heat out, and add color to their rooms. Wallpaper might not be in style right now, but it is still a viable wall-finishing choice.

Manufacturers have recently reintroduced wallpaper with useful features such as blocking WiFi waves, preventing walls from collapsing during earthquakes, and the addition of LEDs. Also, wallpaper printing methods have progressed from woodblock and stenciling to digital printing.  

In this article, we will be taking a look at the different types of digital wallpapers. Let's have a look at them below; 

1. Liner Wallpaper 

Paper or fiberglass are used to create this form of wallpaper. It's suitable for covering flaws in the wall and reducing repairs, and it can also be used as a foundation for more delicate wallpaper. It can be used by itself and even decorated. It's also easy to apply and uninstall.  

2. Printed Wallpaper 

This style is common and comes in a wide range of colors and patterns. Digitally printed wallpaper is usually less expensive than hand-printed wallpaper because it can be mass-produced, but it can be easily ripped. Furthermore, since the printing ink is water-based, it can not be used in kitchens or bathrooms. 

3. Vinyl Wallpaper 

This type of wallpaper is made up of printed paper with a vinyl layer on top. Because of its high durability, it is probably the most widely used type of wallpaper. The wallpaper would be more stable if the vinyl coating layer is thicker. Vinyl paper is suitable for use in kitchens and bathrooms due to its ability to withstand steam. It can also be cleaned, making it simple to maintain.  

4. Foil Wallpaper 

This type of wallpaper base is a polished metal foil, which gives the interior space a gleaming metallic appearance. Foil wallpaper highlights wall flaws due to its high reflectivity. As a result, the base wall must first be repaired, treated, or lined with lining material. The lining and adhering method must be precise enough to prevent the foil from losing its reflectivity and shine.  

5. Flock Wallpaper  

Flock wallpaper is distinguished by its fuzzy three-dimensional patterns formed by printing a velvet-like fiber on a paper base. It is one of the most costly wallpaper styles, but it is also one of the most difficult to maintain. Its velvety texture exudes elegance, but it is not washable and can be difficult to remove. As a result, it's ideal for the master bedroom or guest room.  

6. Bamboo Wallpaper  

This kind of wallpaper has a bamboo texture. It varies significantly from one roll to another due to its uniqueness. This wallpaper is one of the most admirable wallpapers available. Everything about it seems to be unique, and because of that, it is ideal for living rooms.