Wallpaper is printed in batches and there can be small colour differences between batches. We do not recommend using wallpaper from different batches together therefore, please ensure you purchase enough rolls for your project when you order, so we can supply wallpaper rolls from the same batch.
For purposes of calculation it is wise to ignore windows and doors and treat walls with them in as full walls. It is likely that as much paper will be used cutting and piecing around the recesses as would be used on a straight drop.
Please ask your decorator to check the quantity of wallpaper you require. If you need any additional assistance, please contact us.
We sell two types of wallpaper – non woven (paste the wall) and traditional paper (paste the paper)
The following designs are non woven:
Castles and Dragons, Dinosaurs, Fleur, Portraits, Rainbows, Raindrops, Starry Sky, Stars, Swans, Teepees and Woodland Wonders
The following designs are traditional paper:
Cactus Cowboy, Enchanted Wood, Gymkhana and Into the Wild
All our wallpapers are printed in the UK using paper sustainably and ethically sourced from FSC and PEFC accredited suppliers.
RECOMMENDED WALLPAPER PASTES
We recommend the following pre-mixed wallpaper pastes for use with both our non-woven and traditional paper wallpapers
Albany Super Smooth Wallcovering Adhesive (available from Brewers Decorators stores in the UK)
Cole and Son Tub Paste
Sanderson Elite Ready Mixed Paste
Little Greene Ready Mixed Wallpaper Adhesive
Harlequin Ready Mixed Adhesive Paste
Beeline Ready Mixed Vinyl Adhesive
Instructions on how to hang the wallpaper are included on the reverse of the packaging label inside each wallpaper roll. It is important that these are followed carefully.
Hanging Non Woven Wallpapers
Apply the wallpaper paste to the wall and then apply the wallpaper to the wall. This can be done directly from the roll or you can hang a cut length. Take care when matching the edges to ensure the pattern matches correctly.
Our non-woven wallpaper contains a small amount of stretch to enable it to be easily manipulated into place once it’s applied to the wall. When smoothing out air bubbles, please take care not to apply too much downward pressure to the wallpaper as this may over stretch the wallpaper and adversely affect the pattern matching.