Luxe 33′ L x 20.5″ W Floral Medium / Large Wallpaper Roll

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How to Calculate How Much Wallpaper You Need Wondering how much wallpaper you need? It is always best to allow a little extra, partly if a strip of tears accidentally but also if you cannot get additional wallpaper at the same batch which would mean that a strip or a role would look different. All that is required is some time and patience, a metal measuring tape, a pillow and a pen and a calculator. This is how it works: 1. First, let's take a single glossy wall wall first with a wallpaper that has a smooth design. Measure the width of the wall and the height from the top of the layer to the ceiling. e.g. 178 inches wide and 104 inches tall. Most wallpapers are 20.5 inches wide (so double check width). Divide 178 by 20.5 (the width of the wall through the background width to see how many bands you need) = 8.6 = 9 strips of wallpaper. The rollers are usually 11 meters long, so divide 396 out of 104 (wall height) = 3.8. If you do not want hail horizontal joints along your wall, this means that you only get 3 full ribbons per roll. Because you need 9 strips @ 3 full ribbons per roll, you need 3 rolls of wallpaper. 2nd Let's calculate wallpaper for a single blank wall with a wallpaper that has a repetition design . Imagine that the wall is 155 inches wide, 102 inches in height. The background is 20.5 inches wide, 396 inches in a roll (standard) and repeat is 19 inches. Share 155 at 20.5 to prepare the number of bands needed = 7.56 = 8 strips of wallpaper. Divide the height by the repetition, 102 divided by 19 = 5.36, which means that 6 repetitions are needed in each strip of wallpaper so you now have to multiply 19 x 6 = 114 inches. (Each strip of wallpaper must be 114 inches cm and there will be 12 inches of waste on each strip.) Share the length of the roll with the new & # 39; height, 396 divided by 114 = 3.47, which means that there are 3 full bands in each roll. (Half strips can be used over the doors and above and below the windows but not in an unbroken wall). Here you need 7 strips of wallpaper and there are 3 full ribbons in each roll, you need 3 rolls of wallpaper. 3rd To calculate wallpaper for a complete room with doors and windows: Measure the height and width of the entire room (put together the width of all four walls). While you may think you can subtract the width of the doors and windows, you can't! The reason is that the part of a full strip (length) can be used near the door and the waste from it cannot be used. Here I would recommend just subtracting half the width of doors and windows (and remember that you need wallpaper above and below the window). Full width of room…