Traditional wallpaper, also known as paste-the-wall wallpaper, is a type of wallpaper that has been used for centuries to decorate homes and buildings. It is made by printing designs and patterns on large sheets of paper, fabric, or vinyl, which are then cut to the desired size and hung on walls using glue or paste. Unlike the modern, self-adhesive peel-and-stick wallpaper, traditional wallpaper is applied by spreading glue or paste on the back of the wallpaper and then carefully smoothing it out as it's applied to the wall. This process requires some level of skill and experience to ensure a smooth finish and avoid bubbles or wrinkles.

Read more about wallpaper in our blog: The history of wallpaper