The Beads texture has raised bumps and is one of the heavier embossing types in the product line.
Silk is a gorgeous, natural texture that will bring sophistication to prints. The Silk texture has a medium depth, with small horizontal raised lines randomly dispersed, as well as smooth areas. The embossing creates a convincing fabric like appearance.
The suede embossing is similar to suede fabric with its nap and texture. It has a light stipple surface that can be utilized for nearly any project. The light texture works well to reduce glare from direct light, while adding a warmth to the print.
Pueblo embossing has a slightly cracked plaster effect. It's popular for an old world or southwestern adobe wall look. Recommended for residential and commercial applications where custom theme artwork sets the tone.
Sand Blast embossing is a heavier stipple (when compared to Suede), with the look and feel of a medium to heavy sand paper. The random nature of the texture is suitable for just about any graphic project.
This embossing allows you to give the impression that your artwork was painted directly onto the textured plaster wall surface. Rough grooves mixed with raised flat spots create a pleasing random dispersion of hot spots. Very popular for wall murals in restaurants, bars and stores.
Matte is a flat finish with a slight tooth suitable for photographic and detailed designs. This smooth surface is recommended for crisp, sharp edged designs with large color area. A shiny alternative would be Luster.
This texture is a reproduction of fine cabretta leather. The creased surface gives a look similar to calfskin, it is often used with colors, patterns, and prints to simulate leather. Great for accenting a den or point of interest mural with a western touch.
This texture is a reproduction of painters canvas. This surface adds elegance to any wall, and is commonly used for the Giclee and Fine Decor business in reproducing digitally printed works of art.