Where to start ?
One window: start next to the window in the direction of the darkest angle.
Two windows: start between two windows.
Doors and windows
Above the door or window you can hang the strip normally.
Make a diagonal cut in the corners. Cut the excess around the frame.
Measure the distance from the last strip to the corner + 2 cm extra.
Cut the next strip to the correct length.
Draw a perpendicular line to the second wall, the straight edge of your wallpaper should correspond to the perpendicular.
Make sure the pattern repeat matches the first wall.
Paper the strip to the object. At right angles: see doors & windows.
For round objects, make cuts from the centre outwards to make the object visible.
Press down the wallpaper and cut off the excess wallpaper.
Behind the radiator
Apply paste just above the radiator. Cut the wallpaper 10-15 cm longer than the top of the radiator. Cut away the excess wallpaper.
Add extra paste to the back of the wallpaper and use a dry roll to press the wallpaper on the wall.
Build a safe working platform with 2 ladders and start with the longest strip.
How can a small room look bigger?
Use light and plain wallpaper, and make sure the corners of the room are well lit.
How can you make a large room cosy?
Work with colour according to the light. A large space is pleasant due to the use of dark areas.
Using color is a good idea.
Feature wall with matching plains
A feature wall creates thanks to its artistic and colourful impact an instant "WOW" feeling.
Use a wall without windows as 'feature wall'.
Keep the rest of the room calm through the use of uni-coordinating wallpaper.
Smooth the paper outwards to get rid of any bubbles.