Measurement & Install
ATTENTION TO DETAIL
Measuring your wall is easier than you would think. We need the WIDTH and HEIGHT of the wall at the longest and widest possible points of the wall. See images and videos below to help you accurately measure. If you are needing more help, don't forget we are here to help!
HOW TO MEASURE
Take your measuring tape and write down the widest width and highest height of your wall. Only include the wall in your measuring, no skirting board or coving.
We will print your wallpaper larger than the dimension you give us to allow for adequate excess paper for trimming. This method makes application easiest.
ALL WALLS ARE NOT MADE EQUAL
See below for tips to measure different wall types.
Our installation is made for everyone. We provide step-by-step instructions and videos so you will feel confident you can hang your wallpaper by yourself.
1. PREPARE PAPER
Your wallpaper is printed on 26 inch wide strips that are numbered on each strip. First, find the numbers on the strip and lay them out in order so you are ready for install. Remember- we made an overlay for trimming top and bottom if you run into your wall being uneven. Ensure your wall is clean and smooth, free of imperfections to ensure a perfect wallpaper install.
2.PLACE THE FIRST PANEL
Clean your wall surface with a rag to rid the wall of dust and imperfections to ensure adhesive sticks properly. After cleaning your wall hang the first panel, work from top to bottom and allow the paper to fall naturally. Follow the panel with a squeegee to ensure no air bubbles remain underneath. Check carefully for correct fit in key image areas (eye level and focal points) before top and bottom trimming, reposition if necessary.
3.PERFECT YOUR PANELS
Hang the non-removable wallpaper edge to edge and hang removable wallpaper with a 1 inch overlap. Visually match the image at the joint and adjust the position until the design completely matches. Run over the panels with a squeegee after applying on the wall in the correct area. Use the squeegee to ensure the product is well bonded. Trim away excess paper at the top or bottom using a knife or straight edge.