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How to remove children's paintings and drawings from wallpapers

The younger the child, the stronger their drive for unbridled self-expression. Alas, this is often reflected in "works of art" and doodles on wallpaper. The little adventurer has made such an effort, he's immensely...

How to wallpaper sloping or slanting ceilings - choice of wallpaper, ideas and methods

Rooms "under the eaves" exude a cosy, comfortable character, but the downside is a loss of space and storage. Wallpapers, colours and furniture need to be thought about in a bit more depth in order to create the best...

Wallpapering tools in Detail: Wallpapering knife and straight edge

Your wallpapering knife and straight edge are important tools for cutting lengths of wallpaper that have had wallpapering paste applied, usually on the trestle table. They are used together and are most suited to...

Grasscloth wallpapers - what you should know about this gorgeous natural wallpaper

Their natural, pure beauty combined with a gorgeous structure and many positive characteristics benefiting the room climate make grass wallpapers a timeless yet trendy interior design element. As far back as the...

Wallpapering tools in Detail: Triangular cutting edge and tear-off ruler

Today, we'd like to introduce you to two useful cutting tools for wallpapering tasks, both of which are designed for cutting lengths of wallpaper directly on the wall. The triangular cutting edge and the tear-off...

Wallpapers for dressing rooms - trendy and suitable for this special space

A dressing room next or close to the bedroom and bathroom offers additional storage space for clothes, shoes and accessories and helps to keep the house tidy. Ideally, the walls should be used for shelving, wardrobes...

Wallpapering tools in Detail: Spirit level, plumb bob, chalk line

Three tools with the same purpose: to create a straight line for the first length of wallpaper or the one after an internal corner, respectively. The spirit level is the classic amongst those tools; it is easy to use...

Cork wallpapers: All there is to know about & tips around this cosy premium-quality wall décor

Cork wallpapers complement most environments with their fantastic design structures, variety of colours and practical benefits. These natural wallpapers are made using the bark of the cork oak, a sustainable resource...

Wallpapering tools in detail: The Glue Syringe

Glue syringes are amongst the indispensable small wallpapering tools. As they are very reasonably priced, a glue syringe should be part of the basic equipment when you buy your wallpapering tools, so that it is...

How to remove (and prevent) insect marks on wallpaper

There it is, splattered all over your lovely wallpaper - a dead insect! Especially mosquitoes often don't leave us any other option but to swat them on the wall. On wallpapers, this creates an unsightly and...

Wallpapering tools in Detail: Wallpapering Roller

The wallpapering roll, also known as wallpaper roller, pressure roller or seam roller, can be used as an alternative to the Wallpapering Brush to press the wallpaper on and smooth it out. For wallpapers with...

How to buy wallpaper per "running meter" (linear meter or linear yard)

The running or linear meter (abbreviation: LM) is a commonly used measurement and price determination characteristic for wallpapers, fabrics and carpets. Our exclusive Wallpaper Shop offers a large assortment of...

Wallpapering tools in Detail: Cutter knife and seam knife

Cutter knives with a segment blade are universal cutting tools for wallpapering purposes and can - after some practice - replace the seam knife for double seam cuts. Cutter knives are available at varying prices, but...

Wallpapers for guest rooms - how to make your visitors feel welcome and comfortable

When visitors come to stay the night - or even longer - the ideal situation is when there is a separate room available. After all, we all like a bit of privacy, even when we are staying with someone as a guest....

Design wallpapers in doctors' surgeries, hospitals and treatment facilities

What do the walls in the reception areas, waiting rooms and treatment rooms of your doctor's surgery look like? Sterile, white, with the classic wood-chip or glass fabric wallpaper? Or are you lucky enough to enjoy...

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