Step by Step
Start by finding out the height of the pattern. It is indicated on the wallpaper roll. The pattern height shows how often the pattern is repeated. The higher the pattern height, the more waste you can expect.
Apply adhesive to the wall with a roller suitable for wallpaper glue. Then pull up the wallpaper strip until the pattern fit matches the previous strip. Press lightly with your hand to secure the strip and slide them to the correct height.
Use the wallpaper tool to set the wallpaper in place and to remove air bubbles. Start in the middle and work out towards the edges.
Tip!Remember to change the blades of the paperhanging knife often to get sharp cuts. Our wallpaper knife comes with 10 blades so you can always have a sharp blade at hand.
Cut the wallpaper with a paperhanging knife along the skirting and cornice. Remember to use sharp blades to avoid tearing the wallpaper.
Wipe off glue residue from wallpaper and mouldings with a wet sponge. Use plenty of water to avoid patchy walls. Do the same after each wallpaper stripe. Continue in the same way in the rest of the room.