Instructions for selecting wallpaper Size

Measure the wall width from Left to Right in cm or meters

Then measure the wall length based on length you prefer
For example L =3.2 meters & W=2.80 meters = 8.96 meters

Therefore, the quantity you select is 9 L =320 CM & W=280 CM= 8.96 (convert in to meters - divide by 100)

That is: (320/100=3.2) x (280/100= 2.8) =8.96


Instructions for selecting wallpaper Size

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Choosing the right wallpaper size involves considering several factors to ensure a perfect fit and an appealing design. Here are some guidelines to help you select the appropriate wallpaper size:

1. Measure Your Walls:

Height and Width: Measure the height and width of each wall you plan to cover. Multiply the height by the width to get the total square footage.

Additional Features: Account for doors, windows, and other features that won't be covered by wallpaper. Subtract these areas from your total square footage.

2. Calculate Wallpaper Rolls Needed:

Standard Roll Size: Check the specific roll dimensions of the wallpaper you choose.

Pattern Repeat: If your wallpaper has a pattern, consider the pattern repeat. This is the distance between identical points in the pattern and affects how much wallpaper you'll need.

Wastage Allowance: Add 10-15% extra for wastage, pattern matching, and mistakes.

3. Choose the Right Scale of Pattern:

  • Large Patterns: Suitable for large rooms as they can make a bold statement and are less overwhelming in bigger spaces.
  • Small Patterns: Ideal for small rooms, as they can make the space feel larger and less cluttered.
  • Pattern Repeat: Ensure the pattern repeat size works with your wall dimensions to minimize waste and achieve a seamless look.

4. Consider the Wallpaper Type:

  • Pre-pasted Wallpaper: Easy to install and comes with adhesive on the back. The roll size may vary slightly.
  • Unpasted Wallpaper: Requires separate adhesive. Standard roll sizes apply.
  • Peel and Stick Wallpaper: Convenient for temporary use. The size may differ based on the manufacturer.

5. Check Roll Width:

Standard Width: Most wallpaper rolls are 20.5 inches wide, but some can be wider or narrower.

Wide Rolls: Cover more area per roll, reducing the number of seams. Ideal for large rooms.

Narrow Rolls: Easier to handle and apply, especially in smaller or awkward spaces.

6. Order Extra:

Same Batch Number: Ensure you order enough rolls from the same batch to avoid color variations.

Future Repairs: Purchase an extra roll for future repairs or replacements.

7. Room and Wall Characteristics:

  • High Ceilings: Choose wallpaper that enhances vertical space without overwhelming it.
  • Low Ceilings: Opt for designs that create the illusion of height, such as vertical stripes.
  • Feature Walls: For a feature wall, you may need fewer rolls, so precise measurements are crucial.

By following these guidelines, you can accurately determine the right wallpaper size, ensuring a smooth installation and a beautiful finish.

Steps for Pasting Wallpaper - Non- Adhesive Wallpaper

Materials Needed:

  • Wallpaper
  • Wallpaper paste or adhesive (specific for the type of wallpaper)
  • A pasting table or clean, flat surface
  • Tape measure
  • Pencil
  • Spirit level
  • Plumb line
  • Utility knife or scissors
  • Wallpaper smoother or brush
  • Seam roller
  • Clean cloth or sponge
  • Bucket of water

Tools for installing wallpaper

How to arrange the wallpaper

Steps for Pasting Wallpaper - Non- Adhesive Wallpaper

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1. Prepare the Wall

Clean the Surface: Ensure the wall is clean, dry, and smooth. Remove any old wallpaper, fill in any holes or cracks, and sand down rough areas.

Prime the Wall: Apply a primer or sealer if the wall is newly plastered or if it is porous to help the wallpaper adhere better.

Measure and Mark: Measure the height of the wall and cut the first strip of wallpaper, adding a few extra inches to the top and bottom for trimming. Use a pencil and level to mark a straight vertical line where you will apply the first strip.

2. Prepare the Wallpaper

Cut Wallpaper Strips: Cut the wallpaper into strips, leaving extra length at the top and bottom for trimming.

Paste the Wallpaper: Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for your specific wallpaper type. Some wallpapers require the paste to be applied directly to the wall (paste-the-wall), while others need the paste applied to the wallpaper (paste-the-paper).

3. Pasting the Wallpaper

Adhesive Wallpaper: Peel and Stick
Non-Adhesive: Requires Paste
Pre-Pasted: Does not require Paste

4. Hanging the Wallpaper

Hanging the Wallpaper:

  • Align and Apply: Starting at the top of the wall, align the wallpaper strip with your marked line. Allow a bit of excess at the top for trimming.
  • Smooth the Wallpaper: Use a wallpaper smoother or brush to press the wallpaper onto the wall, starting from the center and working outwards to remove air bubbles.
  • Trim Excess: Use a utility knife or scissors to trim the excess wallpaper at the top and bottom.
  • Match the Pattern: If your wallpaper has a pattern, ensure the next strip matches the pattern of the first strip. Butt the edges together without overlapping.
  • Use a Seam Roller: Once the strip is in place, use a seam roller to press the edges and ensure they are well adhered.

5. Finishing Touches

Clean Up: Wipe away any excess paste from the wallpaper surface with a clean, damp sponge or cloth.

Drying Time: Allow the wallpaper to dry according to the manufacturer’s instructions, usually 24-48 hours.

Tips for Success:

  • Work in Small Sections: Only apply paste to one section at a time to prevent it from drying out.
  • Ensure Proper Alignment: Continuously check the alignment of the wallpaper to keep the strips straight.
  • Smooth Carefully: Be gentle when smoothing the wallpaper to avoid tearing or stretching it.
  • Ventilate the Room: Ensure good ventilation in the room to help the wallpaper dry properly.

By following these detailed instructions, you can achieve a smooth and professional-looking wallpaper finish.

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