Leopard Wallpaper


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  • Product Description

      When the smalls scale prints are not enough, this full wallpaper mural can quickly transform any place into a magnificent art room.

      • Abstract wallpaper with a printed design
      • Made of non-woven paper
      • Complex image with fixed proportions; the sizing chart will help you with choosing how many square meters do you need
      • Applicable with glue or wallpaper paste (Not included)
      Quantity ordered (Square meters)
      Width(cm) Height(cm) Width(ft) Height(ft)
      1 140 70 4'7" 2'4"
      2 200 100 6'7" 3'3"
      3 220 140 7'3" 4'7"
      4 250 160 8'2" 5'3"
      5 280 180 9'2" 5'11"
      6 300 200 9'10" 6'7"
      7 330 210 10'10" 6'11"
      8 360 230 11'10" 7'6"
      9 380 240 12'5" 7'10"
      10 400 250 13'1" 8'2"
      11 420 260 13'9'' 8'6''
      12 440 270 14'5" 8'10"
      13 460 280 15'1'' 9'2''
      14 480 290 15'9'' 9'6''
      15 500 300 16'5'' 9'10''
      16 500 320 16'5" 10'6"
      If you need 5 square meters of wallpaper, please choose " quantity 5 ".


      How to hang wallpaper:

      1. Start by checking that the wall is flat and smooth and that the surface is stable. Fill and sand where necessary. Start in the most eye-catching corner of the room. From there, hang the wallpaper in one direction, followed by the other. This way, any small misses in things like pattern alignment will be less visible. It is important to hang the first strip straight. For this reason, always use a spirit level and draw a perfectly straight vertical line roughly 53cm from the corner so that you can see and use this when placing the first strip. 
      2. Use a brush to apply wallpaper paste next to skirting boards and cornices.
      3. Apply paste to the wall using a roller.
      4. Pull the first wallpaper strip up towards the ceiling, affix it lightly at the top and check that it is straight using either a spirit level or the vertical line that you have drawn. Once straight, firmly press the upper part of the strip into place and cut it along the cornice. It is good to have a holder or tray on the floor for the roller, but if the floor is clean, it is okay to go without it.
      5. Smooth out the rest of the strip using the wallpapering tool, moving from the middle upwards, then from the center downwards and finally around the edges, drying off any residual paste on the wallpapering tool between strokes. Please note that wallpaper brushes are too soft to smooth out air bubbles: use the wallpapering tool.
      6. Press down the edges and cut the paper at the skirting board using a sharp razor blade.
      7. Repeat steps 4–6, aligning the pattern with that of the previous strip where necessary.
      8. Clean off any residual paste using a damp sponge. Always clean between each strip.