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The Ingenious Application of Paper Materials

How can we renovate our home to exude a greater sense of design and a touch of luxury? The secret lies in choosing the right materials. There are many types of materials suitable for interior decoration, primarily categorized into paper, wood, PU (polyurethane), and stone.

Paper materials can be used for window surrounds, ceilings, or as part of interior decor backgrounds, offering both good translucency and a modern look. Today, DECOLAND will introduce us to four common types of paper materials and explore their unique characteristics.

1. Tyvek

Also known as breathable paper, is not actually paper but is made from high-density polyethylene through a special manufacturing process.

Features and advantages include:

- It's lightweight yet durable and tough.

- Excellent breathability ensures fresh air circulation.

- Superior water resistance, making it suitable for humid environments.

- Resistant to wear and antibacterial, making it ideal for home use.

- Age-resistant, maintaining its quality over time.

2. Washi Paper

This traditional Japanese paper is handcrafted through a meticulous process.

Features and advantages include:

- Resilience to tearing and folding, ensuring a long lifespan.

- Strong durability, maintaining a like-new appearance over time.

- Resistance to discoloration and aging, contributing to the aesthetic upkeep of the home.

- Good translucency, which reveals beautiful patterns when light passes through.

3. French Textured Paper

This material is hailed as a "new trend in eco-friendly materials," made primarily from natural plant fibers without any chemical additives or carcinogenic substances in its production process.

Features and advantages include:

- A wide application range that can cover large areas.

- A rich color palette that adds vibrancy to interiors.

- Excellent fire-resistant properties ensuring home safety.

- Age-resistant and environmentally safe, meeting modern green home standards.

4. Corrugated Paper

This material is composed of a flat linerboard and fluted corrugated sheet which are bonded together.

Features and advantages include:

- A strong and load-bearing structure.

- Good sound insulation and thermal properties.

- A unique texture that adds character to home interiors.

Choosing the right materials can not only highlight personal style but also ensure the functionality and durability of the home.


For many, renovation isn't an easy task. Aside from cost considerations, the process can be quite vexing for homeowners. That's where DECOLAND comes in with its all-in-one service approach. Whether it's finding the right renovation team, designers, getting accurate quotes, or managing the project, DECOLAND is here to support.

DECOLAND is here to help you solve all your renovation worries effortlessly!

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