Leather wall treatments
Looking for unique wall treatments? Our leather wall treatments not only give your interior a unique look but also give the space an extra dimension.
If you are looking for an exclusive and chic application for your walls, leather wall treatments are a real winner. They create a luxurious look and are durable. With leather, you create an atmosphere that you will not soon be able to match with other types of textiles. The tough but sleek look of leather gives the room character.
We offer different types of vegan leather wall treatments, all of high quality.
Our assortment currently includes three unique leather versions in different shades:
Our unparalleled expertise and exceptional materials ensure the most unique wall textiles in the Netherlands. Read more about our leather wall treatments and find out why they take your interior to a higher level.
Collection of leather wall treatments
Our assortment includes three leather wall treatment styles: Mehari, Desert and Clayton. All with their own appearance and style. The styles come from different collections of wall textiles.
The leather wall textile Mehari from the Neutral Surroundings collection has a subtle pattern that is somewhat reminiscent of elephant skin. The matte look radiates peace, and the light structure and irregularities bring the space an extra dimension. Mehari is available in six different shades, from dark blue to deep grey and from light camel to matte green.
Material: 100% PESView Mehari
Suedine is part of The Originals collection. This leather wall textile is made of fine suede. The fabric is smooth, but the brushed texture of suede gives it a unique twist. This creates a subtle effect. Desert is available in a full twelve colours. The pastel tones range from powder pink to petrol green, but more neutral tones, such as walnut and light grey, are also available.
Material: 100% PESView Suedine
Clayton is part of the City Life collection, a collection that exudes luxury and modernity. This leather wall textile is not completely smooth, so that it brings an extra dimension to the space. The subtle colour differences in the leather ensure a unique look for your wall. Clayton is available in eight neutral shades, including cookie dough, caramel, pebble grey, black and dark brown.
Material: 65% PU, 23% PES, 12% COView Clayton
The colours of leather wall treatments
Our leather wall treatments are available in different colours. Mehari, Desert and Clayton each have their own colour spectrum. Mehari consists of various dark shades, such as dark blue, grey and brown. On the other hand, Desert consists of a lighter colour range in different pastel shades. Clayton consists of a beautiful collection of neutral colours, such as caramel, pebble grey and cookie dough.
What is our leather wall treatment made of?
Our leather wall treatment is made of soft and supple vegan leather and is 100% vegan. Vegan leather consists of the materials PES/PU, i.e. polyester and polyurethane, and CO stands for cotton.
Why vegan leather?
Our leather wall treatments are made of vegan leather, because this material is very durable and exudes just as much luxury as real leather. Another advantage of vegan leather is that the working width is much larger than with real leather. With leather, the size of the animal's skin must always be taken into account. With vegan leather, we can determine it ourselves, giving us beautiful rolls of up to 130 centimetres wide.
Applications of leather wall textiles
The unique quality of our leather wall textiles makes them suitable for use on all kinds of walls, among other things. Examples are building shell walls, the rear wall of a free-standing kitchen block, a room screen or a fireplace wall. There are endless possibilities for our exclusive leather wall treatments.
How do you apply leather wall treatments?
The application of leather wall textiles is not comparable to the application of paper and fleece wallpaper. Leather is more alive; it is less forgiving, and glue stains are harder to remove. We therefore also recommend that the wall textiles be applied by a professional wallpaper hanger. We are happy to 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. You must remove these before applying 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 leather 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:
- Flat: Any unevenness can cause disturbances in the wall textiles. Bumps should be sanded flat, old wallpaper remnants removed and holes filled.
- 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.
- 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 leather wall textiles. We recommend using DWC Colforte for the best and most powerful adhesion result.