What should I consider when buying wallpaper?
First, you should think about what claims you have on the wallpaper, Should it be paintable (woodchip, nonwoven), should they be breathable (paper wallpaper), Should it be possible by wiping or abrasion resistant (vinyl) or should it bridge slight reduction plans (non-woven wallpaper, glass fiber), etc.
What is my background from, should you fill at a smooth wallpaper. Then what the wallpaper should fit to. For which room it should be, how do my furishings look like, has it to be something with patterns or without?
Do I want a wallpaper (non-woven wallpaper) that is easy to attach? Then you should definitely make sure that the production numbers of the individual roles match. That the needed numbers of wallpapers fit, because if you reorder, the same production number can’t be get no longer.
How many rolls of wallpaper do I need? - calculation method
To calculate the wallpaper needs, it is firstly required the height and the extent of the room. If you take the height of the room times the extent of the room and divides this by 5, you get a rough indication of the needed rolls of wallpaper, with a free match wallpaper (without pattern).
With a wallpaper with pattern (rapport), the offset must be stuck with dividing by 4 because more waste is incurred. The euro-roll measure of a wallpaper is 10.05 x 0.53 m. In a normal ceiling height of 2.50m you get with a free wallpaper approach (a wallpaper without pattern, rapport) 4 strips from a role.
A wallpaper with pattern (rapport) or higher rooms you get usually only 3 strips from a role. You should already take enough waste into accpunt, especially with large pattern-rapports. The resulting residual pieces of the wallpaper rolls can optionally be used on the doors and or possibly even under the windows. It is also advantageous if you put a reserve role on the side, just in case the blind box must be opened or in the case that you would like to touch up some times.