How to Use Feature Wall Wallpaper

Feature wall wallpaper is a great way to add a touch of character and interest to your interiors. This type of wallpaper can be used in a variety of ways and is available in a wide range of patterns and colours, making it easy to find the perfect style for your home.

If you want to make a bold statement, a feature wall wallpaper with a bright colour and distinctive pattern is the best way to do this. Alternatively, a neutral colored and delicately patterned wallpaper is a good choice if you’re looking for something more subtle to create a stylish look.

You don’t need a large space to create a feature wall, either. Small rooms like alcoves can be transformed into a focal point by using a striking wallpaper design.

There are a number of different designs that you can choose from, including textured or embossed wallpaper to give it real depth. Another option is a pixelated design to introduce bespoke imagery and create an eye-catching feature.

This is a good idea for commercial spaces where the brand identity is important. Whether it’s in the conference hall, lobby or reception area, these pixel designs can make a big impact on your decor.

It can also be used in the bedroom to add a pop of colour and to create an accent wall. You can use this technique to highlight your headboard, which is a very effective way of highlighting the bed and your room’s theme.

To get the most out of your feature wall, it is important to choose the right location. The ideal place is a wall that is forward facing so it is immediately obvious as you enter the room. It’s also a good idea to hang your wallpaper on a wall with natural light as this will help to illuminate the design and make it more visually appealing.

Ensure the wall is prepared properly before hanging the paper. This includes removing any cracks, so the wallpaper will adhere to the surface of the wall. It is also essential to sand down the surface to remove any lumps or bumps that may be on the wall.

In addition, if you have any ‘bellies’ in the wall (large undulating lumps of plaster) then these need to be dealt with before you can wallpaper your feature wall. This can be done by sanding down the surface and filling it with a suitable wall filler before sizing.

You should always follow the instructions on your wallpaper carefully, as it is very important to get it hung correctly. This will help to make the design more effective and ensure the wall is well-protected from damage.

There are a number of factors to consider when choosing your wall, including the type of wallpaper you will be using and what it will be used for. It is also a good idea to have a few sample rolls of the wallpaper on hand so you can see how it will look in your home before you commit to it.

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