Many of us will be soon thinking about putting up Christmas decorations if we haven’t already done so. One of the problems with this can be the damage to the walls and wallpaper which they create. Of course if you have recently decorated, then you will be even more anxious to avoid this. Our guide will give you some tips on what to do when hanging those festive decorations.
When you have spent much time and effort wallpapering your room, you want it to look fabulous and why shouldn’t you! When you have completed such a project and it looks nearly perfect, the minor and little imperfections seem to show up much more readily. Exposed corners are one of these problems, and if you have different patterns / styles of wallpaper then it is likely to show up further. The good news is that a simple solution exists to remedy this problem.
Many problems can occur when undertaking a wallpaper job – having ‘bumps’ or ‘bubbles’ in the wallpaper can be one example of such problems. Bubbling wallpaper is generally caused by a lack of a good bond between the wallpaper and the wall. Obviously this need not ever be a problem as preventative measures can be taken (i.e. ensuring you have a good ratio of the amount of paste and thickness per wallpaper piece.)
When it comes to thinking about wallpaper design the patchwork idea probably isn’t your first thought or at the top of your list. That said, hang on in there and read on because it can be a very unique way to show your imagination and artistic parts of your personality while creating something truly personal and original. In this article we will explore patchwork wallpaper a little further.
The short answer to the above question is ‘yes, they can do.’ Last month we introduced you to other uses for wallpaper and we discovered some wonderful designs and ideas. In an extension of that theme, we are going to look at how the art of wallpapering your lampshades can bring a fresh new idea into your room.
The first step to ascertain is whether the wallpaper you have on your wall still exists and is available for purchase. Further, when you undertake your original wallpapering job it is best to buy a roll or two over and keep these stored somewhere incase you need to do any remedial works later. This then cuts the panic and risk of the wallpaper style and type not existing anymore!
Finishing a project is just as important as doing it or making the decision to do it. Therefore in this guide, we will give you some pointers to think about when it comes to nearing the end of your wallpapering projects.
It is often said that the best things and ideas come from when someone thinks outside the box. Following this, the same can be said about wallpaper. Most people wouldn’t believe there are worlds of things that can be done with wallpaper other than simply papering the walls. In this article we will explore this, give you some ideas (and hopefully inspiration.)
If the statistics are true about sleep, the bedroom is one place where we spend a big part of our life. Even if you don’t believe this, the surroundings of the bedroom are the last thing we see at night, and the first thing we see when we wake up for sure. Therefore having quality, attractive and likable wallpaper can (as silly as it seems) shape our sleep and set our mood for the day. In this article we explore this further.
A dining room is one of the best areas of the house to undertake a makeover. However, because this room is so ‘special’ it is important that continuity is kept so the overall style and theme of the room is classy and suitable – just for you or your guests.