Hanging wallpaper can be a very challenging and precise art. Therefore, it is important that you know how to cut your wallpaper professionally so it does not create an irregular appearance. There are a few things you need to remember when cutting wallpaper.
There are many common mistakes which can be easily avoided. Firstly, you should always have a few extra inches of wallpaper than you need. This will allow you to hang the wallpaper from the top of a wall and trim at the bottom with greater precision. Never cut as you work. This will create awkward angles on the wallpaper.
Patterned wallpaper can be very tricky to get right. Start in the center point of a wall and work your way around the room so the pattern matches when you get back to the central point. Plan your patterned wallpaper and measure the distance between pattern repetitions. This will allow you to lay even pieces of wallpaper.
Cutting and Marking
Always use a ruler when marking your wallpaper. This will ensure level lines at all points and will remove the risk of irregular measurements. Always use a very sharp stanley knife or pair of scissors to cut along your markings. This will eradicate any ragged edges.