The purchase of 2 rolls of City Glam Waves Grey Glitter Wallpaper | Erismann 5959-38 will cost you a total of £26 plus delivery
Decorate your entire living room* with City Glam Waves Grey Glitter Wallpaper | Erismann 5959-38 for only £104.00
Create your feature wall* with City Glam Waves Grey Glitter Wallpaper | Erismann 5959-38 for only £39.00
The soft lines of this abstract wave design gently sway down the roll and with a touch of subtle glitter it gently catches the light.
City Glam is produced over a fine abstract texture where each grey wave has been carefully added to the surface of the print, each layer building up the relief ever so slightly. The waves are visible in three styles, one solid, one linear and finally in a subtle abstract relief. Ideal as a feature wall especially for those of us who are cautious but want to take even a small leap into patterned wallpaper. Produced on a non-woven base this wallcovering allows you to paste the wall and hang - an excellent choice for a first time decorator. Take a look at our guide for our best practice hanging advice.
City Glam Deluxe Grey 5959-38 is produced by Erismann, made in Germany to to supreme quality standards.
This task should be fairly straightforward, whether you have experience doing DIY or none at all.
Always follow the manufacturers specific hanging instructions and checks on the reverse of the roll label, below is a typical hanging technique.
Step One: Measuring And Cutting The Wallpaper
Cut enough lengths of paper to complete the first wall, allowing at least 100mm for trimming (50mm at top and 50mm at bottom). Check the pattern match of the wallpaper. Use a tape measure and extend into a top corner of the room and mark the wall about 25mm in from the free edge. Hold the plumb line at ceiling height so that it passes through the pencil mark and make several more marks along the line. Join the marks up with the ruler or batten.
Step Two: Pasting
Paste the first sheet by spreading some paste into the centre and working the brush in a herringbone pattern to spread the paste to the edges. A good technique is to hold the paper against the table edge furthest from you and paste up to this edge first. Then slide the paper towards you and paste the nearest edge. Try to always work cleanly and don't allow paste to get on the front of the wallpaper.
Step Three: Folding
Fold the pasted sides inwards so that no paste touches the face side. Once pasted place to one side ensuring the soak time is ahered to, allowing the wallpaper to absorb some of the paste and become more pliable before you hang it.
Step Four: Hanging The First Piece
Lightly press the top of the first length against the wall, with a 50mm overlap at the top. Slide the edge up to the vertical line and use a smoothing brush to get rid of air bubbles. Again, use herringbone strokes from the centre. Trim the top and bottom of the length by creasing the paper into the skirting and ceiling/picture rail with the back of the scissors. Cut along the crease.
Step Five: Cleaning Off The Excess Paste
Hang the next length in the same way, butting the edge neatly against the first piece. Make sure the edges are firmly glued down by running a seam roller along the joint. Always sponge off any excess paste with a clean moist sponge or the paste will dry as a shiny patch.
Step Six: Finishing
Repeat the process for each length, ensuring that the edges meet exactly and the pattern is matched. At internal corners, measure from the last full width roll to the corner and add 15mm. Paste this cut length to the wall and press the small overlap piece around the corner. Overlap this piece with the next length of paper, using a plumb line for accuracy. For external corners, use the same technique but allow about 25mm overlap. Hang the first length on the new wall so that it is about 12mm from the corner.
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