mural. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 23:21:35 PM
If you have wallpaper in your home then there is a good chance that at some point you will have to repair a damaged or ripped section of the wallpaper. If this is the case, then you will need a remnant of your original wallpaper in order to complete this project. If you wallpaper is not very old then there is a good chance that they still make your wallpaper pattern and you should be able to order a roll from wherever you purchased your original wallpaper.
Begin by covering the floor with a drop cloth or newspaper so that you can protect the flooring from any damage. Next, cut a section of your remnant that is slightly larger then the damaged area and secure it to the wall with painters tape. Make sure that the pattern lines up properly.
Jeanette Duvall has been renovating her home all year. She is trying a mix of unique wallpaper designs and modern paint colors to create an inimitable space. Jeanette also shares her tips and tricks with the readers of HomeScapeInterior.Preparing Your Walls Before Installing Wallpaper - A Guide
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