Help me figure this up. I usually have my paper hanger calc how much to buy, but he just died so I’ll be looking for another. Meanwhile, the Interior designer is ordering this up and wants me to double check how much.
So when they say a standard roll is five yards by 27″, does that mean it covers five sq yd ( 27 sq ft) of wall?
Or does it mean that a five yard roll is 15′ long by 27″ wide?
This stuff is a kraft paper that get a print pattern on it.
I know about calcing for the pattern repeats.
Then there is a room that will use a fabric/ sisalgrass with liner – Madagascar clothe it says – that is 44″ wide with liner( Hmmm, on the phone she said 44″ but the sample and spec sheet she sent says 46″)
I’ve hung a fair amt of paper long time ago, but it was always pre-pasted. This stuff seems to not be. Wonder if anyone has comments on what past to use.
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