Yes you can and no, it isn’t.  It’s much easier now, with pre-pasted papers and new technologies like non-woven backings. Retailers will advise you; they have instruction leaflets and videos/DVDs that show you how.  A great place to start is our How to Wallpaper section.

And if you’d rather watch—and pay someone else—put up wallpaper, here’s a list of professional paperhangers.Yes you can and no, it isn’t.  It’s much easier now, with pre-pasted papers and new technologies like non-woven backings. Retailers will advise you; they have instruction leaflets and videos/DVDs that show you how.  A great place to start is our How to Wallpaper section.

And if you’d rather watch—and pay someone else—put up wallpaper, here’s a list of professional paperhangers.



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