It is not really hard to wallpaper a room with sloping ceilings than a room with only straight walls. The big difference is if you choose a wallpaper that requires rigorous pattern matching to come true. It is much more difficult to get precise pattern matching when the wings are cut both lengthwise, wide and crosswise. The equipment you need is the same as for standard wallpaper with an equivalent wallpaper. A tool compliment that facilitates is the tag line, with which you are pointing the angled wall.
Most of us take a weekend for wallpaper. This means that the work is done during time pressure, because the room should be clear on Sunday evening. This, in turn, means that it often fades on the preliminary work that is so important for a wallpaper to be successful. If you can take down the old wallpaper, it is the best solution. If the wallpaper is firmly attached, it is often enough to grind all joints and then flush and grind damage and irregularities. The prerequisite is that there are not many layers of wallpaper on top of each other. Then you should not leave any shortcuts without scraping down all layers of old wallpaper and evening the surface before setting up the new wallcovering.
A good piece of advice for repainting or flattening is to paste. Use diluted wallpaper paste and roll out the mixture on the entire wall or the fluffed surfaces. When the surface has sucked the moisture and the paste has dried, you will wallpaper as usual. The wall does not get used to sticking unevenly and the risk of bubbles is significantly less.
Use a hard-knit wallpaper knife while wallpapering. It is important to make the small incisions that make it easier for the wallpaper to go around the corner and into angles. If you have a knife with a dull egg, the risk is that the wound is broken and such damage can be very difficult to conceal.
The cord is a combination tool for soldering and marking. You can use the lacquer with the crayon container, which lets or fill the container with chalk powder and mark a surface. Then you pull out the lace towards the surface to be marked and the powder-coated laces tight against the surface. The result will be an absolute straight spot.
If you choose to wallpaper on sloping ceilings with patterned wallpaper, you should count on additional material usage. Because each wet has to be cut in the angle between the straight and oblique wall surface, there will be some extra games. How much depends partly on how careful you want to be, partly on the length of the pattern report.
Never try to simplify this kind of wallpaper with long weather ranging from the top of the slope to the floor. The wallpaper draws and bubbles at the fold and the wetness will not sit straight. You always win a little longer if you want to succeed in wallpapering.
1.Mark the vertical line and then wrap all the full-length weather on the wall that runs perpendicular to the slant.
2. Cut to the first tapewheel with the cone to the angle in the same length as before. Place the wet and cut the ceiling at the roof angle.
3.Create the wallpaper as usual, but leave an overlap of about 1 cm on the part of the wall that runs against the slanted roof.
4.Set add the following wallpaper wipes in the same way - with overlap against the slant roof and let the last wet on this wall overlap on the encountering low wall.
5. Measure the first wallpaper on the sloping wall. Add 1 cm for overlap at the bottom and 5 cm for slitting to the ceiling. Then wrap the wet.
6.Wrap the tapewrap to the edge with the corner and wall angle. Place the rest of the wings on the oblique wall in the same way.
7.The last wallpaper of the sloping roof should be cut so wide that it overlaps on the next wall. Cut through the ceiling and the floor to make the wet completely smooth over the edge.
8.Tapetsera from the other side so that the last wet meets the corner of the slope. Then cut the short corners to fit into the inclined corner angle.