1. Digital wallpapers are becoming more popular these days, especially due to the fact that their choice is not limited to a certain range of models: today you can order your own - individual - wall coverings!
The relatively low cost and high speed of digital printing allow photoball producers to use any of your favorite photographs, drawings or works of art as a basis for their design. With such a lining the walls of your house will look not just unique, but incredibly spiritual. If you want to forget about what a boring interior, do not hesitate to choose bright and inspiring digital wall-papers!
Digital wallpapers from Digitus print
Digital wallpapers from Digitus print2. In 2006, the Paris Design Studio 5.5 designers released a wallpaper line that was designed to serve not as a decorative decoration of space, as usual, but rather as a fun entertainment - for one person, the whole family or even a whole group of friends!
These wall coverings are a series of simple large-format templates for games, known to all generations: word search, puzzle maze and tic-tac-toe. With such wallpaper, the design of your walls will constantly change over time and remind you of the hours of fun spent with your loved ones.
Wall-papers from 5.5 designers
Wall-papers from 5.5 designers
Wall-papers from 5.5 designers3. The German company Surrealien has developed a wallpaper design that creates the effect of deformation of walls around windows, doors and various wall decor (watches, paintings, sconces
"Deforming" wallpaper for walls from Surrealien
"Deforming" wallpaper for walls from Surrealien4. While most wallpapers adhere to two dimensions, these wall structures use as many as three. The Colombian designer Jaime Salm has developed a number of original paper panels that are lightweight and can stick to surfaces in many different ways.
Very beautiful and deep texture of the walls - what could be more surprising?
3D wallpapers from Jaime Salm5. Not differing in cheerfulness and positive, but certainly worth deserving wall wallpaper from Timorous Beasties carry an unexpectedly heavy semantic load.
This model of wallpaper consists of several drawings, which at first glance look more than traditional. But with a closer look at them, the nightmarish scenes of a modern city with policemen, drug addicts, prostitutes and homeless people, depicted against dilapidated apartment buildings and dirty streets, become apparent.
These wall coverings are designed to constantly remind others about the vices of modern society, which is why, probably, not many are burning desire to install them in their home. But, be that as it may, these wallpapers are and they shock, and therefore worthy of being on our list.
Shocking wallpapers by Timorous Beasties6. Wallpaper Pocket Wall from the Polish designer Maja Ganszyniec slightly resemble the kind of wrapping paper. Making a room with these wall coverings turns it into a kind of storage for different things. You can even imagine that this is not even a room at all, but a practical handbag with a lot of comfortable pockets ... Each person has his own associations, but in any case, finishing the room with Pocket Wall wallpaper is pleasantly amazing.
Обои Pocket Wall
Обои Pocket Wall
Обои Pocket WallThe idea to create a practical wallpaper with pockets came to mind not just one woman. A similar project was carried out by the British designer Tracy Kendall.
Tracy Kendall7. Dutch designer Christiaan Postma has developed original wallpaper in the form of a huge calendar on the whole wall. This design combines the natural properties of the wallpaper with the functionality of the diary, so that the wall in the room can become a true reflection of your lifestyle.
With such a large wall calendar, you can literally look at the whole year and evaluate 365 days from a completely different point of view.
Calendar wallpapers from Christiaan Postma8. Jonas Samson has successfully used OLED technology to create a prototype of mesmerizing wallpaper for backlit walls. The concept of these wall coverings is both simple and intriguing: they represent an amazing combination of traditional plant motifs and organic technologies of the future. Unique light-emitting wallpaper, which fully meet the requirements of eco-conscious consumers, promise to soon become a real hit of sales.
Wall-papers with illumination
Wall-papers with illumination9. Wallpapers Pixelnotes from designer Duncan Wilson consist of four sheets of various shades of gray, attached to a bright red base. Each layer is perforated in a grid format and has a sticky back side (like 'post-it' notepads). Every time you shoot a small leaf from the wall, a separate pixel below it will become darker. Thus, the Pixelnotes wallpaper works in space, turning its walls into a kind of board for ads, reminders or notes. Like the wallpaper in the form of a huge calendar or template for the game, these wall coverings will be constantly transformed and developed as they are used.
Pixelnotes Wallpaper10. The latest wallpaper model, which we will introduce to you in this article, can cause real enthusiasm, especially among the younger generation. In 2003, Dr. Zane Berzina from Latvia developed the unique heat-sensitive Touch Me wallpaper, having impregnated the paper with special thermochromic inks that change their color in response to heat from touch. These wall coverings invite people to touch them and create unique patterns from a variety of fingerprints. These patterns will be visible on paper from the moment you press it and until it cools down to room temperature, after which you can start to work again!
Heat-sensitive wallpaper "Touch Me"A similar project was carried out by graphic designer Shi Yuan who also used special thermosensitive inks to create an original wallpaper design. But unlike the "Touch Me" model, his work is able to satisfy the highest aesthetic needs of customers: the delicate pattern from the vine when heated is revealed in all its charming beauty.
Heat-sensitive wallpaper from Shi Yuan