Introducing the New, Easy Way to Install Wallpaper

Before diving in, ensure you have the essential tools at hand. You can easily pick up everything you need at your local paint shop for a nominal fee.

  1. Begin with a clean slate. Ensure your wall is free of dirt and imperfections to guarantee a smooth and even application surface.
  2. Cut individual strips carefully, noting that they may be printed in different orientations.

Pro Tip: Lay out your rolls from left to right on the floor to assess the design continuity. Each roll is conveniently numbered for your reference.

  1. Plan your approach. Identify your starting point on the wall, whether from the right or left. If starting from the right, begin with the last roll and progress sequentially. If starting from the left, begin with the first roll and proceed accordingly.
  2. Precision is key. Use a level to mark a vertical guideline at the edge of the first strip. Apply a thin, even layer of non-woven glue directly to the wall, extending slightly beyond the guideline to accommodate the second strip.
  3. Time to adhere. Starting from the top, align the first strip with the marked guideline, smoothing out any air bubbles as you go. Apply glue for the second strip and affix it edge-to-edge, ensuring a seamless join. Wipe away any excess glue with a damp sponge.

Pro Tip: Employ a seam roller after placing two strips to ensure invisible seams once the wallpaper dries completely. \

Trim and tidy up. Remove any excess wallpaper using a sharp knife and a straight edge for clean, precise cuts.

Voila! You’re done. Celebrate your newly wallpapered space!