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    Wallpaper to be painted over in your preferred colour

    Create individual home styles with these paintable wallpapers. With these wallpapers you do not have to relinquish the advantages of a robust wallpaper but establish your own style in your preferred colour. Paintable wallpaper comes in various designs and surface textures which get highlighted when painted over. The surfaces absorb the colours to varying degrees, creating wonderful 3D effects. This is because paint does not stick to the raised structures as much as in the depths. Paintable wallpapers are not only visually appealing, but also in terms of quality. Thanks to their robust material they are tear resistant and scratch resistant. Therefore they are also perfectly suited for use in the hallway or the children's room.

    We have a few tips on how to put your own mark best on a paintable wallpaper for you creative craftsmen:

    Sponge technique: Dab off the fresh paint with a painter's sponge to create a cloud-like effect. Alternatively, you can also work with two colours and dab onto a darker colour.

    Wrapping technique: You will need a cloth and gloves. First soak the cloth in your desired colour and wring it out. Then roll the cloth in its crushed form over the wall to create great rustic effects.

    Wiping technique: For this technique, use a simple brush. After dipping the brush in paint, you wipe the wall in multiple movements. This creates a fabulous and rough textured effect.

    Stencil technique: Cut out your desired motifs using a cutter knife and cardboard. Then press the stencil onto a wall and fill in the paint in the gap with a brush.