How to measure your wall
The easiest of walls to wallpaper! Measure the widest and highest points of the wall. Be careful to measure exactly to get a perfect finish. Only measure the area that you're wanting to wallpaper, ignoring any objects whilst doing so.
Sloped & vaulted walls
With a sloped or vaulted walls and ceilings, again measure the widest and highest points on the wall. The mural is produced as a square or rectangle, therefore, during installation the mural will be trimmed where the wall slopes.
Wall with obstacles
You guessed it, no matter what obstacles there are, measure the widest and highest points of the wall. Whether it's windows, doors or anything else, ignore them during measuring as the mural will be trimmed around them during installation.
If you're wallpapering multiple walls, measure the widest points of each wall and combine the widths. This will create one seamless mural across all of your walls. Then measure the highest point of the walls*. Again, ignore any obstacles such as windows or doors during measuring.
*If you want to create a seamless pattern between each wall but the heights differ significantly, get in touch and we'll create a custom proof for you.