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velour wall treatments

Velour wall treatments give every room a special look. Our velour wall textiles give your interior a unique look and are made of the highest quality and with love.

If you are looking for an exclusive and chic application for your walls, velour wall treatments are an excellent choice. The soft velour has a luxurious appearance and carries connotations of beauty and splendour. It gives every room a luxurious look. With velour wall textiles, you create a space like no other.

We offer different types of vegan leather wall treatments, all of high quality.
Our assortment currently includes a wide range of amazing velour versions:

Our extensive expertise and special collections provide unique wall textiles for special interiors. Read more about our velour wall coverings and discover the most beautiful variants.

Collection of velour wall treatments

Our assortment includes a wide range of different types of velour wall treatments. All with their own unique look and from different collections of wall textiles. We will highlight five for you.

Tartan

Tartan

The velour wall textile Tartan from the Neutral Surroundings collection is characterized by a rich appearance. The luxurious fabric and classic colours, such as ochre, light blue, navy blue, beige, grey, white and moss green, contribute to this. This wall textile seems almost to come alive on the wall, because the fabric shows different shades in the light.

Material: 100% PES

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Boudoir

Boudoir

Boudoir is a velour wall covering from the City Life collection. This wall textile is made of luxurious velour from Italy and has light and dark shades for a lively effect. Boudoir gives the space an extra dimension and is available in various shades, such as soft pink, deep blue, light gold and night black.

Material: 100% PES

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Kingdom

Kingdom

The name Kingdom says it all: this wall fabric exudes richness. The velour fabric has a shiny but smooth look and therefore has a stately appearance. Kingdom is available in a full twelve different colours from royal orange to navy blue and from cherry red to mineral green. Kingdom is part of The Originals collection and is therefore one of the classics of DWC.

Material: 100% PES

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Pebble

Pebble

The Sophisticated Nature collection includes Pebble velour wall textiles. This pebble-inspired treatment has a striking pattern, but still radiates peace due to the balanced colours in which it is available. In pearl white, sea green, dark green and light grey, these variations give the space an exciting and soft atmosphere.

Material: 100% PES

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Bobcat

Bobcat

One of our most flamboyant velour wall coverings is Bobcat from the Luxury Safari collection. This wall fabric has an exciting animal print and turns your walls into a chic, touchable scene. It gives the space a daring touch and is a statement on the wall. Bobcat is available in five colours: grey, blue, green, beige and taupe.

Material: 100% PES

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The colours of velour wall treatments

We offer our velour wall treatments in a broad range of colours. From quiet tones, such as sand, walnut, gold and grey, to bright shades, such as orange, red, green and pink. We offer a different colour range for each type of wall textile. Kingdom is available in a full twelve bright colours, while, Sandstone offers eight more neutral colours.

What is velour wall treatment made of?

Velour is a fabric that was originally made of silk but these days is also often made of cotton and polyester. For velour, small loops are woven, creating a soft and often shiny fabric of short upright fluffy poles at the top. These poles are cut, pulled or roughened, making the fabric very soft. The technique originated in Asia but came to Europe around 1400. The technique was especially embraced in Italy and France. Our velour wall treatments are still mainly made in Italy.

Many of our velour wall coverings are made of polyester (PES) or a combination of different materials.

Applications of velour wall textiles

The unique look of our velour wall textiles makes them suitable for any space that you want to give a chic touch. The different styles and colours make them applicable in all kinds of rooms, such as living rooms, bedrooms, hotel rooms and shops. Because our wall treatment is generously covered with textile, it also contributes to good acoustics. There are endless possibilities for our exclusive velour wall treatments.

How do you apply velour wall treatments?

The application of velour wall textiles works differently than with paper hanging or fleece wallpaper. Because velour is more alive and more delicate than wallpaper, glue stains are harder to remove. It is therefore best to have the wall textiles applied by a professional hanger. We are happy to put you in touch with knowledgeable professionals for the best result.

Some of our wall treatments are supplied with the selvedge of the fabric still attached; these must be removed before you apply them. This allows you to match the wall textiles on pattern. The material must be processed with care. Follow the steps below to apply your velour wall textiles with the best results.

  • 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 velour wall textiles. We recommend using DWC Colforte for the best and most powerful adhesion result.