As you’re browsing the wallpaper murals on my website, you might be wondering, “How many rolls of wallpaper do I need?”
Forget all those complicated calculations…because wallpaper murals work differently than traditional wallpaper. Watch as I explain how to calculate wallpaper mural size or keep scrolling for a quick answer!
Watch How Sizes Work for Wallpaper Murals
How to Calculate Wallpaper Mural Size
Measure the width and height of your wall and buy the closest sized mural.
Trim any excess wallpaper from the sides, ceiling and/or baseboard once it’s on the wall.
It’s recommended to have at least 1″ on each side, top and bottom to trim away during installation to allow for uneven/unlevel walls.
Wall with Obstacles
Measure the width and height of your entire wall, including any doors or windows, and buy the closest sized mural.
Trim excess wallpaper away from doors, windows and electrical outlets once it’s hung on the wall.
These wallpaper murals can be hung over smooth, flat doors if desired. It’s recommended to add a plastic corner protector to any door edges for extra protection.
Wall with Sloped Ceilings
Measure the width and height of your entire wall at it’s widest and tallest points. Buy the closest sized mural, which arrives as a full rectangle.
Trim excess wallpaper away from the sloped ceiling or bulkhead once it’s hung on the wall.
Mural is Smaller Than Your Wall
If your wallpaper mural is smaller than your wall, simply center it horizontally and/or vertically.