Wallpaper Information

A fully re-positionable Fabric Wallpaper with a unique Pressure Sensitive Adhesive.

Ensure you firmly and evenly apply the wallpaper to its clean, dust free, white emulsion pre-primed and fully-dried host surface.

It's paste free adhesive backing means it can be used on any (non porous) surface.

  • 280gsm Polyester Blend.
  • Will stick to any non porous surface including walls, doors and windows.
  • Will not damage host surface.
  • Very durable - will not rip or wrinkle.
  • Smooth Texture, Matte Finish.

Made-to-Measure Wallpapers

How it works:

  • Measure your wall: measure your wall in different places along the height and width and take the maximum measurement. As few walls are truly square, allow for this and always add a few centimetres to be on the safe side. We will make your wallpaper to the exact dimensions you give us.
  • Decide which map you would like, if you're unsure or would like more information on the type of mapping available see our 'Choosing a Map' guide.
  • Fill in our quote form and tell us your wall size, the type of map you want, the postcode to centre your map on & your email address.
  • Or if you would prefer to discuss your requirements call us on 01344 427647.
  • We'll send you a price and a free low resolution digital proof (if requested).
  • If you'd like to go ahead and place an order let us know and we'll send you a link to your unique wallpaper product page allowing you to place your order securely online.
  • If you wish to make changes to the coverage of your map, we'll work with you to get your map just right and if necessary send you a further proofs.
  • Once you have approved your map sit back and wait for your wallpaper to arrive (approx 10 days from proof sign off). All wallpapers are sent by courier so make sure you supply a delivery address that is occupied during the day.
  • If you are using a decorator to install your wallpaper we recommend not booking them until your wallpaper has arrived.

What to expect:

    • Your wallpaper is self-adhesive and has backing paper that will need to be removed when hanging.
    • It is printed on a series of drops or sections as per standard wallpaper. Depending on the total width of your wallpaper, these drops will be printed on paper either 24" or 40" wide, and then trimmed to the precise dimensions given.
    • The wallpaper comes with a printers' rough cut "white bleed" at the top and bottom that will need to be trimmed. The top bleed will show the sequential numbering for each drop.
    • You will need a craft knife and a straight edge to remove the white bleed - this can be removed before application to the wall or when on the wall (recommended).
    • The backing paper may look creased. These creases will not appear on the printed vinyl side when the backing paper is removed and the vinyl paper is applied to the wall.




Preparing your surface:

  • Remove any loose wallpaper or paint and fill any holes with a suitable filler, ensure the surface of the wall is clean, dry and dust free.
  • Newly plastered walls should be allowed to dry out sufficiently (check with your plasterer how long this should be).
  • If the surface is porous as with skimmed walls or plasterboard they will need to be primed before hanging your wallpaper.
  • Standard white emulsion can be used to prime walls. Ensure it has been allowed to dry fully (sometimes up to 10days) to ensure no moisture is retained.
  • You may also need to prime the wall if it is a dark colour to avoid show through, this is particularly important on wallpapers that have a white base colour.
  • We do not recommend that the wallpaper be applied to walls with a history of mould formation nor any form of surface failure (damp, crumbling, infestation etc).

How to hang your wallpaper:

The wallpaper is self-adhesive and does not require paste. Chemicals contained within pastes and other adhesives can effect the inks used to print the wallpaper and stop the self-adhesive from working correctly.

  • It is important that your first piece is hung straight so drawing a vertical line is a good idea. To do this measure the width of the wallpaper and draw a vertical line down the wall using a spirit level to ensure it is straight. This line can now be used as a guide to hang the first panel.
  • Peel off approx 50cm of the backing from the top of the first panel and position on the wall.
  • Once positioned you can remove the rest of the backing smoothing in a downward direction as you go, do not pull or stretch the paper as this can distort the image on the wallpaper.
  • Ensure you apply firm, even pressure over the entire wallpaper surface.
  • If you need to reposition the paper gently peel it off in small sections and reposition (unlike traditional wallpaper you will not be able to slide it on the wall surface to reposition it).
  • Once the first panel is in place and you are happy with it’s position the second panel can be hung, they should butt join and not overlap.
  • Once the wallpaper is in place any excess edges can be trimmed off using a sharp knife.
  • Try not to let the adhesive side stick to itself. If this happens, gently prise it apart - the wallpaper should not wrinkle.
  • Should you run into placement difficulties when hanging the wallpaper, gently peel it back off the wall and re-hang.