Measuring your wall is easier than you think. All you need is the width and height of the wall at the longest and widest possible points.
We recommend you to add an extra 3-5 cm on each side to allow for any deviations and measurement inaccuracies.
Simply measure the full width (from left to right) of your wall and height (from floor to ceiling). Make sure you only measure the area that you want to cover (excluding any skirting boards or ceiling moldings).
When you have a sloped ceiling or wall, measure the wall on the highest and widest point, ignoring any slopes.
Since we print your mural as a square or rectangle, the sloping section is simply cut away during installation.
If your wall has two slopes, measure the longest part of the wall in width and height. The mural will be produced as a whole rectangle or square, with the sloped parts cutaways taking place during installation.
Walls with doors, windows or other obstacles
For walls with a door, window, or other obstacles, measure the total width and height of the wall.
It is not possible to deduct wallpaper for windows or doors. These must be included in the dimensions to get the right pattern fit.
All obstacles is cut away during installation.
To wrap a wallpaper around multiple walls, simply add the widths of the individual walls and combine these measurements into one when ordering.
If you’re wallpapering corners, we always recommend that you add 5 cm per corner and 5 cm on the height. For example, if you’re going to wallpaper all four walls in a room, add 5 cm per wall. Which means you should add 5 cm on the height and totally 20 cm to the width.
Check the height on all walls - if different, use the highest dimension and enter this when ordering. Your wallpaper should not be ordered in two separate orders as the pattern may not match.