Wallpaper & Wall Coverings
Whichever room you want to transform, we have wallpapers and murals that will create the atmosphere you want to achieve. In our contemporary wallpaper category you’ll find modern and classic florals, stripes, feathers, retro designs and a whole host of other sumptuous wallpapers that will bring your rooms to life effortlessly.
We also offer a large range of quality children’s wallpapers and murals for you to choose from, allowing you to create that perfect child’s bedroom through all age ranges – birth to teens.
Plus don’t forget to take a look at our large range of paintable textured wallpapers, our eco wallpapers and blown vinyls.
AFTER BAD EXPERIENCE WITH LOCAL SHOP I IN DESPERATION TRIED THE INTERNET,FOUND YOUR SITE AND BINGO FOUND WHAT WE NEEDED.FROM ORDERING TO RECEIVING IT WAS A MARVELOUS EXPERIENCE.THANK YOU FOR BEING THERE.
Great Quality Service And Product
Bought the paper for my ceiling and it gives it a great look which fits in well with the age of the property (Victorian terrace) and many thanks to Andy for the knowledgeable and friendly service
I had never done any wallpapering before and wanted to avoid traditional lining papers and dealing with overlaps and shrinkage. I chose wallrock premium from the three samples I ordered, which has a very smooth and hard surface - it takes paint but doesn't fluff up afterwards as some paper will. Get some samples and try your paint on them to see what happens. The recommended paste went a long way for me, more than the tub advised - using too much paste leads to a lumpy final surface so go easy on that, make sure it's even as well. Absorbent walls will need sealing and even then they'll suck the paste dry so be ready to apply it twice just before papering. My tips for successful application: > cut into drops on the table with ~10cm overlap at each end, much easier to handle than trying to run it straight off the roll onto the wall, despite what is recommended. > of course use a plumbline (or level) to establish the first vertical, don't rely on a wall corner being straight. > Overlap internal corners and cut the paper flush, doesn't have to be perfect. When you've done the other wall into the corner, caulk down the join and it will be perfect. > For external corners, the paper is too stiff to wrap around neatly so I found the best way was to stick it on one wall and leave to dry fully, then the next day soften the overhanging paper with a wet sponge, on both sides, around where the bend will be. Leave it to penetrate well. Then fold it around and paste to the other wall. Keep the paper wet on the bend while the paste dries. For short sections you may have to pin it somehow as it will want to spring back off. You will still get some bubbles on the ridge of the corner if the wall isn't straight. Overall this is fantastic stuff and the result, even on what looks like quite a damaged wall, is indistinguishable from fresh plaster, except for the price which is really about 1/3 or 1/5 the cost of skimming, and much less trouble. Butted joints are invisible under paint or can be filled if required (no need usually). Highly recommended, have used in several rooms and even on a ceiling - tricky but doable.
Very good, easy to apply, however slightly different colour than the image.
Very Competitive And Delivery Is Very Fast
I have ordered from yourselves on 2 occasions. Your website is very easy to use, your prices very competitive and delivery is very fast. As an example I ordered Anaglypta samples from yourselves and wallpaper direct. Yours arrived next day and was test painted, dry and our order was placed and delivered 2 days before the samples arrived from the competition. Enough said... In addition you were cheaper, too. As good as it gets!