DEAR TIM: I've decided to install some wallpaper. It's a small room, so it shouldn't be too hard. Since I've never installed wallpaper, I'm filled with anxiety about how to cut and trim the wallpaper where the paper stops at the ceiling. Can you de-mystify the process? What other tips can you share with the […]
The quality of home wallpaper is vast. When wallpapering, be sure to get a high-quality wallpaper. You can get custom wallpaper to match the mood you want to set in the room. Home wallpaper borders can add to the look of your wallpaper or to a painted home.
Non-woven wallpaper is easy to install, and it's reusable. Tim Carter explains how this cool wallpaper is different because it doesn't expand when the adhesive contacts the paper backing. These new non-woven wallpapers are huge time savers because there is no need to pre-paste a sheet of paper and book it while you work on another piece.
The wallpaper tools you use can make the difference between a first class job and a disaster. Tim Carter shows the basic wallpaper tools he uses to hang wallpaper: a tape measure, razor knife, several metal knife blades, levels, a smoothing brush or plastic smoothing tool and a large sponge. With the right wallpaper tools, you'll have no problem getting the results you want.
Putting wallpaper around windows can be quick and easy with these tips from Tim Carter. With his advice about how to hang wallpaper around windows, you'll get perfectly matching seams, and your wallpaper will be plumb each time.
Wallpaper adds instant beauty to any room. The video explains how to hang wallpaper correctly, making your job easier and mistake-free. Using pre-pasted wallpaper with a wallpaper relaxer will make sure your job goes well. This video shows you techniques to prepare your wallpaper to be hung.
Wallpaper borders can really add a colorful or distinctive flair to a room. I have a tropical-themed wallpaper border in a basement bathroom that is gorgeous. Discount wallpaper borders can be bought in many places, but beware. Remember, you get what you pay for. High-quality wallpaper borders cost a little more money, but they are really worth it.
Many people struggle with how to remove wallpaper from drywall. The wallpaper sticks to the paper facing of the drywall and tends to be pulled off the wall exposing the gypsum core of the drywall. Is there a best way to remove wallpaper to minimize damage? It depends upon who you ask.