The origin of the wallcovering
English name is called wallpaper, wallfabric, collectively called Wallcoverings. Name, it is a kind of special "paper" and "cloth" which is mounted on the wall to decorate, it is a kind of commonly used building interior wall decoration material. In the late 1400, the first birthplace of wallpaper originated in France and was originally used to replace expensive tapestries, which were later transmitted to European countries. In the late 16th century, hand-drawn wallpaper appeared. In the 1839, printed wallpaper appeared in the UK and was widely used in industrialized countries. Around 1880, the wallpaper began to be introduced to China, but it was used in the concession house. China made the first volume of printing, embossing synchronous paper and PVC composite wallpaper is 1978 by Beijing Construction Factory (that is, Beijing Tepli Decorative Binding Materials Co., Ltd.) produced.
With people's demand for high-grade decorative materials and technological level of improvement, but also in the wallpaper based on the design and production of special Burkina wall products, into the market has been widely used by customers. The advent of wall products adds new products to wall decoration materials.
About 4000 ago, ancient Egyptians began to use papyrus (note: a written material made of reed stems or pith).
The original application of wallpaper was also traced back to ancient China. The reason is two. First, the paper was first invented by the Chinese. Secondly, according to historical records, the Chinese have started to decorate the wall with rice paper before 200 A.D.
In the 1481, King Louis of France, Jeanbourdichon painter, painted 50 rolls of blue background angel wallpaper. Because the king liked to live between different castles, and he wanted to move the walls along as he moved. Addition。 There are also historical records that wealthy Europeans in the Middle Ages commissioned artists to paint on paper to decorate walls. But before the printing press was invented, the real wallpaper didn't exist.
Britain retains the oldest remaining piece of European wallpaper. Christian College tour of Cambridge University. The fragments of wallpaper left over the museum post were printed in 1509 A.D. This is an Italian-style pomegranate wallpaper, printed on the back of a manifesto issued by Henry VIII. Was a masterpiece by a Yorkshire printer called Hugo Goldsmith.
1599, the first wallpaper paper Workers ' Guild was established in France. French sculptor Jean-michelpapillon in 1675 began to use woodcut printed on the flower wallpaper, the real sense of modern wallpaper began to be born. Jean-michelpapillon is also known as the father of the wallpaper.
The earliest existing samples of flocking wallpaper are from Worcester County, England, and the wallpaper was verified in 1680. The British developed wallpaper manufacturing technology is of great significance. In the 18th century, the wallpaper produced by the London factory was rage. At first, fashionable Londoners ordered expensive hand-drawn marble or plaster-patterned paper to decorate their houses. The wallpaper has won the favor of Londoners with its unique charm. The wallpaper, with its fringed or embossed lace, is unusually popular as the velvet-trimmed wallpaper.