Posts Tagged ‘wallpaper’

Rolling and Rinsing Wallpapers

August 17th, 2012

Rolling and Rinsing WallpapersAfter positioning the strips, let them stand for about half an hour. Then roll over the wallpaper seams with a steam roller or rubber brayer. Don’t roll with too much pressure or the glue will seep out from under the seam. » Read more: Rolling and Rinsing Wallpapers

Positioning and Trimming Wallpapers

August 13th, 2012

 Positioning and Trimming WallpapersUnfold the booked strip and position it against the wall so that its edge is against the marks you made when measuring. Having several marks allows you to place the wallpaper correctly as you move from ceiling to floor. » Read more: Positioning and Trimming Wallpapers

Preparing and Gluing Wallpapers

August 9th, 2012

Preparing and Gluing WallpapersThese days, most wallpaper is pre-pasted, and is much easier to handle. To prepare the wallpaper and release the glue, fill a water trough (available at home improvement stores) full of lukewarm water. » Read more: Preparing and Gluing Wallpapers

Measuring and Cutting Wallpapers

August 5th, 2012

Measuring and Cutting WallpapersThe process of covering a wall can be broken down into four easy steps. Keep in mind that this process is much, much easier if you have another person to help you. So, if at all possible, arrange to complete this task with a “partner-in crime” (with your sense of humor readily accessible!) » Read more: Measuring and Cutting Wallpapers

Selecting Wallpaper for Your Decorating Style

August 1st, 2012

Selecting Wallpaper for Your Decorating StyleAs we said earlier, wallpaper is an excellent choice for covering your walls with a pattern that you love, and doing it very quickly! There are wallpaper patterns for just about every decorating style or mood you’d like to create. In fact, there are so many choices that the task of selecting wallpaper can be overwhelming. » Read more: Selecting Wallpaper for Your Decorating Style