Measure and Order

Use a

measuring Tape

The first tool you will need in your wallpaper project is a measuring tape.

⛔️ Never use a phone app to measure a wall, they are not as accurate as they seem.

round up inches

Measure Width and Height of your space in inches, never work with fractions, round up to the next integer number.

Measure width and height

Measure overall horizontal Width and vertical Height of the area you are planning to wallpaper.

wall deformations

Walls are almost never straight.

Measure Width at top and bottom of the wall. Measure Height at left and right side.

While Width and Height “should” be consistent if numbers are 1-2 inches off your wall has a small deformation. When this happens consider only the biggest measurement.

To stay safe of wall deformations, add a couple inches to your measurements of Width and Heigh when ordering .



Measure the tallest and widest point. Cut the remnants during installation.


Measure the tallest and widest point. Cut the remnants during installation.


Measure the overall area Width and Height, as if there were no windows or doors. Install and cut around the elements when applying 

Multiple walls


Order individual murals and request them to match through: To do this add to cart each individual wall, order the exact size (do not add extra inches). Send a Note at Checkout with the wall sequence, we will contact you to double check setup.


Measure overall Width and Height, order as many panels as needed to cover all the area.



Murals are big scale arts without a repeat rate. Order by the size of your wall. Your can order half walls too. Have it customized and printed. Your order will be divided into even numbered panels for installation.

how to order


Patterns with a steady repeat rate are sold by panels. To cover one entire wall you will need multiple panels. Order multiple panels in the Quantity selector. We offer a wide range of panel heights to accommodate all types of projects.

All our wallpapers have a straight match, so they match when you put them one next to the other.

When combining panel heights within an order, consider the design always match at the top.