MEASURE AND ORDER
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.
WIDTH & HEIGHT
Measure the space you want to cover.
Measure Height vertically, and Width horizotally.
Never work with fractions, round up to the next integer number.
Always add a couple inches to each measurement to stay safe of wall deformations.
Walls are almost never perfectly straight:
Measure Width at top and bottom of the wall, measure Height at left and right edge.
While Width and Height “should” be consistent don’t worry if numbers are 1 - 2 inches off, this means your wall has a small deformation.
GOT TEXTURED WALLS?
Not all peel and stick wallpapers are safe when installed over texture. Use only our Long-Term Peel and Stick if your walls are textured or have any irregular finish.
Make sure the wallpaper is suitable for the surface of your wall.
Install on painted walls, clean, and in good conditions, not cracking paint, do not install directly over joint compound. Recently painted walls need to dry for 4 weeks prior to a wallpaper install.
We do our best to ensure that our photos are as true to color as possible. However, each Material looks different once printed.
Your finished order may be slightly different than it appears in the preview. If you are not sure on the right material for your project we recommend purchasing samples of all.
All our materials are non toxic, thick, durable and can be used by non professionals. Eco Friendly Latex Digital Printing, Green-guard Gold Certification. All products and materials USA made.
The paper and quality is exceptional!! And it’s such a beautiful design, and the instructions listed were very helpful!! Unfortunately, we spent hours putting it up and the we still got bubbles and matching the pattern was so difficult. We kept it because it’s so stunning and you can’t notice the mismatch areas too easily but next time we will hire someone to do it
I love the way the wallpaper came out! I will say that it was definitely challenging to match the panels up perfectly from top to bottom, but with a few little wrinkles and misalignments, I felt the pattern was actually pretty forgiving. You need patience to complete, and if you're a perfectionist, you may be disappointed with the final product. I, however, love how it all turned out!
Getting close to just throwing it away.