Wallpaper strips are enumerated consecutively – the lowest numbered strip should be hung first.

Begin hanging the wallpaper from left to right. Wallpaper seams should be hung tightly next to one another, overlapping 1.5-3cm.



paint roll

pressure roller




glue brush

utility knife




Remove old paint or wallpaper

The wall should be cleansed before applying the wallpaper. We recommend removing the old wallpaper. If you have difficulties removing the old wallpaper, we recommend applying warm water, to soften the paper and glue.


Ensure that the surface of the wall is clean and smooth.

We recommend applying painters putty onto the clean surface of the wall, in order to smooth out uneven surfaces. If the surface of the wall is porous, apply primer before hanging the wallpaper.

Walls with old wallpaper, polished walls, or any MDS surfaces are considered a porous surface. We also recommend applying primer on the wall, if it has any bright colors – in order to prevent any possible see-through effect.

Hanging the wallpaper


Examine the Wallpaper

Before hanging the wallpaper, examine it and make sure that all elements of the picture are present, and there are no damaged or defected rolls. Make sure that the wallpaper presents an even picture, by placing all elements of the wallpaper next to each other.

The image on the right side seam of the wallpaper strip, will repeat on the 1,5-3cm of the left side seam of the next strip of wallpaper. Mark it accordingly in order to have the correct image at the end.

Attention: we do not process returns, if the wallpaper was already hung on the wall. Check everything before hanging the wallpaper.


Mark the wall before hanging the first strip of the wallpaper

It is extremely important to evenly hang the first strip of the wallpaper.

First, mark your wall according to the next instructions:
Using measuring tape, measure the width of the strip of the wallpaper. Use this measurement, to mark a distance from the side of the wall, to the seam of your wallpaper strip. Using pencil and level, draw a vertical line at the marked distance. This will serve as a mark when hanging your first strip of the wallpaper. Make sure the vertical line is not too bright, otherwise it will be visible through the wallpaper.


Prepare the glue

Fill your bucket with water.

Start swirling the water. While swirling the water, start adding glue to it, continuously mixing glue and water. When all of the glue has been added to the water, continue to mix for 1 minute. After that, let the mixture sit for 10 minutes, then swirl it again for another minute. The glue is ready to be used.

Amount of glue – 1 pack of glue

Amount of water – 1.7 L

Surface Area (m²) – 10 m²

Attention: if you purchased glue from a different manufacturer, follow the instructions on the package.


Apply glue to the wall

Gradually apply glue to the wall, a little bit over the width of one strip of the wallpaper. Start applying a new portion only after hanging the previous strip of the wallpaper.

It is important to distribute glue evenly, otherwise air bubbles will form under the wallpaper, after hanging it.


Hang the first strip of the wallpaper, using the previous vertical mark as a guide

For the best result, we recommend using a pressure roller.


Hang the second strip of the paper, with overlap

Carefully hang the second strip of the paper, overlapping the first one. Use the tab. image below as a guide. Make sure the glue is not making the face side of the wallpaper dirty.

Note: avoid creasing or wrinkling when applying, as it will cause damage to the wallpaper upon drying down.


Carefully smooth out the wallpaper, at its surface area

Carefully smooth out the wallpaper, using the pressure roller or your hands, moving from the center of the strip, to the seams. All of the tiny air bubbles and wrinkles will disappear when the wallpaper dries out.

If the face side of the wallpaper has glue stains on it, carefully remove it using a moist sponge, without waiting till the glue dries out.

Attention: Do not scrub the surface forcefully, take the glue off using gentle motions.


Cut off excess wallpaper, not waiting until the glue dries out in order to create an even connection

Use the guide below to remove excessive overlapping wallpaper.

Using a sharp utility knife, cut through the excessive overlapping part of the wallpaper. (1)
Lift up the overlapping strip of wallpaper (2), revealing the underneath of the left face side of the wallpaper (3) carefully remove the strip of paper which was cut off the wall on the right. (4) glue back the remaining strip of the wallpaper, using the pressure roller.


Cut off excess wallpaper

After you hang the wallpaper, remove excess by using a sharp utility knife and a spatula.


Wait 24 hours, or untill glue has dried out, for the final results. Make sure there are no drafts in the room

Make yourself comfortable and enjoy your new room!

Note: Vinyl wallpaper is less fibrous than non-woven wallpaper. Due to that, if you hang them on the non-porous, moist surface, it might take longer for the wallpaper to dry out.