For truly unique wall treatments, choose jacquard woven textiles. Our collection of jacquard wall treatments features unique patterns that create an elegant and chic atmosphere.
Jacquard wall treatments are an exclusive application for your walls and make every room a special environment. Jacquard creates unique patterns and striking effects. The material has depth, so that this wall treatment creates an extra dimension in a room.
Our collection includes different types of jacquard wall treatments, all of high quality. We currently offer five amazing jacquard variations in different colours:
All our wall textiles are made of exceptional materials, which in combination with our unparalleled expertise ensures unique collections. Read more about our jacquard wall textiles and discover our wide range.
Collection jacquard wall treatments
We offer five different styles of jacquard wall treatments: Caribou, Boogy Woogie, Lodge, Noblesse and Rainforest. Each has its own appearance, atmosphere and colour spectrum. The styles come from different collections of wall textiles.
The wall textile Caribou is part of the Nature of Sorts collection and has a striking pattern. The jacquard wall textile hints at the impression of antlers in the fog. The combination of velvet on a woven background creates depth and exudes luxury. The colour combinations give the room a bold touch. Caribou is available in four different colours: dusty pink/gold, petrol/gold, moss green/gold and grey/gold.
Material: 48% VI, 45% PES, 7%CObekijk Caribou
The Boogy Woogie jacquard wall textile from the modern City Life collection is made of super soft velvet on a background of shiny metallic. This unique composition of fluffy and sleek creates a depth effect on the wall. Boogy Woogie is available in nine colour combinations. From snow white/off-white to rust brown/black and from sea green/beige to dark grey/red.
Material: 61% PES, 29% VI, 10% CObekijk Boogy Woogie
Again from the City Life collection is the jacquard wall textile Lodge. This has a striking pattern of velvet on a neutral background. As a result, the print seems almost to come alive on the wall. This wall treatment creates a unique look and exclusive appearance. The wall textile is available in eight different colours: white, cream, yellow, blue, green, taupe, grey and red.
Material: 67% VI, 15% PES, 12% CO, 5% LI, 1% PAbekijk Lodge
The jacquard wall textile Noblesse is also part of the City Life collection. The wall covering in natural shades has a hint of gold thread for an exclusive feeling of luxury. The subtle colour differences in the weave create a unique look on the wall. Noblesse is available in six warm colours: caramel brown, rusty brown, light brown, green, dark brown and grey.
Material: 43% VI, 31% PES, 26% PAbekijk Noblesse
Rainforest is a jacquard woven wall fabric from The Originals collection. As the name suggests, the pattern is inspired by the downpour in a rainforest. The velvet of the 'raindrops’ lies on top of a neutral background, so that the wall textiles have a particularly deep effect. Rainforest is available in nine colours: ivory, burgundy red, ice blue, bright orange, petrol blue, moss green, walnut, light grey and metallic grey.
Material: 50% VI, 30% CO, 20% PESbekijk Rainforest
The colours of jacquard wall treatments
Our jacquard wall treatments are available in a wide range of colours. Each variation has its own colour range. Rainforest is available in bright, intense colours, while Noblesse has more natural shades in the range. Lodge has bold colours, and Boogy Woogie, on the other hand, has very subtle shades. Caribou is available in vintage colours.
What is our jacquard wall treatment made of?
Jacquard is not a fabric, but a method of weaving. By means of a jacquard weave, different shades of colour can be incorporated into a fabric. The jacquard looms make it possible to make complex patterns mechanically, such as brocade and damask. That's why our jacquard wall treatments often have striking patterns of different structures. This creates depth in the fabric. Jacquard can therefore be made of all kinds of different materials.
The abbreviations of the materials represent: viscose (VI), cotton (CO), polyester (PES), polyamide (PA), linen (LI).
Applications of jacquard wall textiles
Do you really want to make a room stand out? Then choose jacquard wall coverings. The special weave of different materials and colours gives a wall a unique look. Jacquard wall coverings are suitable for use in shops, restaurants or hotel rooms, but of course also in your home in the living room or bedroom. There are endless possibilities for our exclusive leather wall treatments.
How do you apply jacquard wall treatments?
The application of jacquard wall coverings is not comparable to the application of paper or fleece wallpaper. Jacquard is more sensitive to stains, and these are a lot harder to remove than with wallpaper. It is therefore best to have the wall textiles applied by a professional hanger. We can put you in touch with knowledgeable professionals for the best result.
Some of our wall coverings are supplied with the selvedge of the fabric still attached. These must be removed before you apply the wall treatment. We do this because you can then match the textiles on pattern. However, this does require care when processing the material. Follow the steps below for the best result when applying your jacquard wall textiles.
- Check whether the batch numbers of the different roles match.
- Check the wall textiles for flaws. In the event of a flaw or when in doubt, contact us directly.
- Ensure that the surface meets the following requirements:
- Dry: Make sure the wall is completely dry. No damp areas and wait a few days after applying new plaster.
- Strong: Powdery walls and new stucco must be pre-treated with an adhesive primer.
- Flat: Any unevenness can cause disturbances in the wall textiles. Bumps should be sanded flat, old wallpaper remnants removed and holes filled.
- Clean: The wall must be clean and free of dust.
- Smooth: Irregularities in the surface can in some cases be visible through the wall textiles.
- Lightly absorbent: the surface must be able to absorb sufficient but not too much glue. New plaster often sucks too much glue, and that causes poor adhesion.
Finally, it is important that you use good glue for applying the jacquard wall textiles. We recommend using DWC Colforte for the best and most powerful adhesion result.