HOW TO MEASURE YOUR WALL

 

 

Hanging wallpaper is a delicate craft. We strongly recommend getting some hanging advice from a decorator before placing your order. A decorator can help you taking the correct wall measurements and helping you to calculate the amount of wallpaper needed. To ensure that you will receive all the rolls from the same batch it is important to order all the rolls you need to finish the job in one go. 

Single rectangular wall/ Feature wall: Measure the width and the highest point of your wall. 

Two or more connected walls / Whole room: Measure the total width of all walls together: Measure the width of each wall you like to apply wallpaper to separately, and then add them all together (= combined / total width). Measure the highest point of your wall. 

Wall with door and / or window: Ignore the door or window, consider them as part of the wall. Measure the width and the highest point of your wall. 

Slanted wall: Measure the width and the highest point of your wall. 

 

If you like us to confirm or calculate the roll estimate for you always provide us with the measurement of the total width (= combined width) and the highest point of your wall. Always mention which unit of length you are using (meter, cm, inches, feet). We calculate the amount of wallpaper needed based on the numbers you provide us with. We are not responsible for incorrect wall measurements. 

 

 

Understanding pattern repeats to calculate the roll quantity:

floral wallpaper in bathroom with green painted walls by Good & Craft
 
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YOUR
WALLPAPER
RECTANGULAR WALL
WALL WITH DOOR OR WINDOW
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SLANTED WALL
CONNECTED WALLS
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