Paint is the most basic and popular cover for a wall. It’s inexpensive and easy to apply with an unlimited color library. It gives a clean, smooth finish to the interior and creates a clean canvas for furniture and accessories, and can easily be combined with other finishes.
More affordable than other options
Easy application requiring minimal preparation
Easy to change or paint over at a later time
Application can be messy and requires moving or covering furniture items
Depending on the type of paint, it may produce irritating or harmful odors and volatile compounds during and after application
Textured paint is a thicker layer of paint that can cover up small imperfections on the underlying wall. In addition to being extremely resistant and durable, it also adds a depth and dimension to the space.
Comes in a wide variety of options
Will create a focal point when used strategically
More durable than other options
More expensive than regular paint
Requires skilled hands to produce the desired effect
Can be difficult to remove when a change is desired
An unlimited number of options available
Easy application that doesn’t produce much of a mess
Some wallpaper options are water resistant and are reusable when removed
Hides imperfections on the underlying walls
Can get damaged when exposed to sunlight
Repeated exposure to water can peel the wallpaper off the wall
3D Panels offer a clean stylish finish with no grouting lines or visible seams. Whether it extends full height or halfway through to the ceiling, it gives some thermal and acoustic insulation. It is recommended that these be used on accent walls to create a point of interest in the room.
Affordable and easy repair
Can potentially warp if exposed to high temperatures or temperature fluctuations
Depending on the adhesive used, can give off fumes during application
Wood panels is a clean, warm finish that offers warmth and insulation to the space. Although it may need regular maintenance, the panels are relatively easy to replace without altering the entire surface.
Provides acoustic insulation
Relatively easy to fix if damaged
Can warp with time
More expensive than other options
Brick cladding creates a warm and inviting space to live in. It is a very unique material that is hard to change or decorate but is a highly durable finish that can withstand intensive pressure.
Very durable and can last 50+ years
Mortar can crack if not applied correctly
Moisture retention can cause damage
Tiles are a very practical wall finish for many interiors, with a great variety of options from marble, granite, or ceramic tiles. With a wide range of designs, they are easy to clean and maintain, but may not be the best material to use for rooms that need good acoustics.
Easy to clean and maintain
Heavy and require a good base for application
Labor intensive installation
Can result in poor acoustics depending on location and furniture selection
Interior moldings can add a great sense of style to a space, and when used as decorative elements they provide contrast of dark and light areas to give definition to the room. They can also hide imperfections in the floor, wall, or ceiling finishing or joints.
Hide imperfections in the interior finishing work
Can protect walls from damage
Style may get dated quickly
High initial cost depending on the number of molding elements used
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