How to Add Texture to Any Space with Wallcoverings

Beyond painting, Arch is proud to offer other residential and commercial services, including wallcovering installation.

Wallcoverings are popular in commercial settings like assisted living facilities and hotels, but the possibilities don’t end there! They are a great way to add texture and character to just about any space. Whether you have a historic home or a chic modern apartment, a mom-and-pop shop or a multi-million dollar company, here are 7 ways to use wallcoverings in your home and workplace.

Living Room

Want to add dimension to your living area? Something like this subtle gray wallcovering adds pattern without being overwhelming, so you can get more creative with vibrant accent furniture and bold statement decor.

interior design wallcovering home living room

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Bedroom

Feel like you’re staying in a luxurious hotel room every night with a dark wallcovering like this one. Choose one with a subtle pattern and rich color to create a no-maintenance statement wall in your bedroom.

interior design wallcovering bedroom home

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Office

Whether you run a business from your home or need a modern space to meet with clients, a classic, neutral wallcovering like this one can give your office a sophisticated feel.

interior design home office wallcovering

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Kitchen

Forget about an expensive tile backsplash, and go for a chic wallcovering like this marble pattern. It will instantly upgrade your kitchen, and save you a bundle of time and money.

interior design kitchen wallpaper wallcovering

Photo by Elizabeth Lawson Design

Bathroom

Bathrooms can be expensive to renovate, but by adding a sleek, textured wallcovering to the existing space, you can quickly and easily update any bathroom at your office or in your home.

wallcovering bathroom update home office

Photo by Andrew Howard Interior Design

Gyms or fitness area

You might not think your home or office gym needs to be anything special. But using a patterned wallcovering to create a statement wall can make your fitness area so much more appealing. It’s also a timeless investment if you think you’ll turn the space into something fun (like a den or wine cellar) in the future!

gym fitness area finished basement wallcovering

Photo by Tatyana Design LLC

Hallways

Hallways are often overlooked, whether in residential or commercial settings. Instead of rushing to fill this blank wall space with artwork or photos, consider taking a modern approach with an understated wallcovering like this one.

wallcovering hallway commercial home interior design

Photo by Nicola O’Mara Interior Design

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