"Start the calculations with the height of the room (say 3 metres, 100 inches). Take the length of the roll of wallpaper (printed on the packaging) Dividing the height of the room by the length of the whole roll will give you how many “Drops” you can get from each roll.Then measure the width of the wall to be papered (say 5 metres,160 inches) , divide this by the width of the wallpaper roll to work out how many drops are needed for each wall. When calculating total lengths of each drop care should be taken if applying patterned wallpaper, as matching the pattern can add up to 18 inches to each “Drop”. Plain papers, single colour paper or lining paper can be cut/spliced into the corners of the room, saving time, effort and materials. Alternatively invite me round to do the calculations for you."
Answered on 19th Jul 2019 - Member since Jul 2019 - report