What is Tektura wallpaper?
Tektura offers a range of simplistic yet beautiful suede and leather wallpaper and contemporary wallpaper designs that can work in any room in the house.
Can you get extra wide wallpaper?
Available in a huge range of colours and designs, extra wide wallpaper is a great choice for larger areas of the home such as living spaces and long hallways.
How do you hang untrimmed wallpaper?
Double Cutting: Some wallpaper installers specialize in what is called double cutting. That is when you do not pre-trim the wallpaper on a table, but rather you hang two drops of wallpaper on the wall, overlap them, and trim both at the same time on the wall, and pull off the selvage while the wallpaper is wet.
What is the widest lining paper?
Lining paper is available in different thicknesses, known as grades. The grades range from 800 (thinnest) to 2000 (thickest).
How wide is wide width wallpaper?
Wide-width wallpaper ranges from 100-145 cms but it’s not as tricky to hang as some decorators might think.
What is double cutting wallpaper?
Basically, double cutting is overlapping the paper and then cutting through both layers at the same time to perfectly match the edges. Try and stay as straight as you can. It’s going to be a seamless look, so it might not stand out as much as the other ones.
How do I apply to Muraspec?
Apply undiluted adhesive to the surface to be covered using a medium pile roller and a brush for cutting-in. Only paste one drop area at a time. Use a soft spatula to apply the digital wallcovering to the prepared surface using a smooth up-and-down motion. Take care not to squeeze the adhesive out at the edges.
What is the purpose of untrimmed wallpaper?
When a roll of wallpaper is dropped on its end, the paper gets smashed and it can ruin the roll. This risk is significantly reduced with an untrimmed roll, since a damaged end is simply trimmed and discarded.
Should you wallpaper left to right or right to left?
Choose a wall to the right of the window if you’re right-handed or to the left if you’re left-handed. Also, it’s best to work away from the window, so the paper edges don’t cast a shadow if they overlap slightly. And try to avoid having to hang narrow strips against a window or door.
What is vinyl wallcovering?
Basically, vinyl wallcoverings consist of one or more layers of a vinyl plastic with a backing such as polyester-and-cotton blend woven fabric, nonwoven fabric or paper. Vinyl wallcoverings are available in both commercial and residential categories.
What thickness should lining paper be?
If you’re not sure which grade to use, we recommend the 1400 option as it is thick enough to cover imperfections and block staining.
Can you buy extra wide wallpaper?
What is the widest roll of wallpaper?
Roll Sizes Width is measured in inches. Most widths will be either 20.5 or 27 inches wide. Length is measured in feet. Most single rolls will be either 13.5 or 16.5 feet long (or 27 or 33 feet long for double rolls).
Should you overlap wallpaper seams?
No, we do not recommend overlapping your wallpaper seams. Seams should be “butted” tightly together and smoothed down with a wallpaper seam smoother. Properly “booked” wallpaper does not shrink on the wall, so you do not need to overlap.
Why do you start in the middle when wallpapering?
Since many paperhangers work toward the right, butting each new strip at the right edge of the previous strip, picking such a starting point means that the last strip will not present a difficult matching or butting problem with the left edge of the first strip when the room has been circled.
Should you start wallpapering in the middle of a wall?
Before you start, clean walls and fill any holes or cracks. For just one feature wall, especially on a chimney breast, place the first piece of wallpaper in the centre. Use a plumb line or spirit level to draw a line where the edge of the first piece of paper will be hung.