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## How do I calculate how much wallpaper I need?

Measure the width of each wall where you would like to apply the wallpaper and add them all together (“Combined Width”). Measure the height of the walls. Multiply the Combined Width by the height of the walls – this is the total square footage (“TSF”) of wall space you need to cover with wallpaper.

## How do I calculate how much wallpaper I need UK?

First measure the width of the room and divide by 53cm, the width of a standard roll of wallpaper. This will give you the number of drops you need. Then measure the height of the room, excluding skirting boards and cornicing, but adding about 15cm to allow for trimming.

How do you calculate wallpaper needed for a pattern repeat?

Take your total square footage and divide it by usable square footage per roll of wallpaper:

1. No Repeat = 25 Sq. Ft of Usable Wallpaper.
2. Repeat Less than 12-inches = 22 Sq. Ft. of Usable Wallpaper.
3. Repeat Greater than 12-inches = 18 Sq. Ft. of Usable Wallpaper.

How long and wide is a roll of wallpaper UK?

Wallpaper rolls typically measure 10m in length and 53.5cm in width.

### How much will one roll wallpaper cover?

Depending on the wallpaper sheet width, a double roll covers 57 to 61 square feet, while a single roll is 29 to 31 square feet.

### How many drops are in a roll of wallpaper UK?

3 drops
There is normally 3 drops to a roll, any excess paper will do above doors and windows if needed.

How many strips of wallpaper are in a roll?

Wallpaper rolls typically measure 33′ (10m) long and 21″ (535mm) wide. If the room you’re decorating has a ceiling height of 9′ (2760mm) you’ll get three drops of wallpaper per roll. Allow a few inches per cut length for trimming the top and bottom off each strip. Allow more if the wallpaper has a large pattern repeat.

Why is my wallpaper not matching?

If the alignment is lost after hanging and drying, there could be a number of reasons: Wrong wallpaper paste, different types and brands, old paste, opened boxes, mistakes when mixing (incorrect proportion of water and paste, soaking time) Different soaking times for different lengths of wallpaper.

## How many roll of wallpaper do I need for a room?

For example, if you have 9 ft ceilings and will be covering 40 ft in length, you would multiply 40 x 9 and arrive at 360 square feet. Divide the total square feet of wall space by 27 to determine the number of rolls required. The formula is: Square footage ÷ by 27 = Number of rolls.

How many pieces of wallpaper are in a roll?

How many drops do you get out of a roll of wallpaper?

### How do you calculate wallpaper?

Generally, in order to calculate how much wallpaper you need, use the following steps: First, calculate the wall area by multiplying the height of the wall by the width. Second, calculate the area of the wall you will not be papering (i.e. windows and doors) by multiplying the height by the width…

### How much wallpaper do I Need?

Measure the WIDTH of each wall in the room

• Add each of these measurements to find the total DISTANCE AROUND THE ROOM.
• Measure the HEIGHT of your ceiling
• Use the chart below to find out how many rolls you will need
• How to calculate wallcovering?

Width divided by 12 = number of feet

• width (square feet per lineal yard)
• width