Wallpapers FAQs

Wallpapers FAQs

Are the images on the website accurate?

We always do our upmost to supply the highest quality images but due to variations in screen colours and contrast, this can vary slightly. We would always recommend ordering a sample prior to purchase.

Security is our upmost concern at ADORNIS. We use SSL technology across the whole of our site to keep your personal data secure. Payment is handled by RAZORPAY Payment Gateway and we do not store your card details. We will also never pass on your information to other organisations.You could go through our Privacy Policy provided in the website.

Orders are shipped within 24 hours or the next working day if placed over a weekend or bank holiday.

We are sorry that you wish to cancel your order. Please contact our customer services team at your earliest convenience to ensure we can cancel your order before it is picked and shipped from our warehouse.

Sure! One of the most common questions we have at ADORNIS is from customers asking how many rolls of wallpaper they need to cover their room. There's nothing worse than getting halfway through decorating and finding that you don't have enough wallpaper, or finishing the job with rolls to spare. Therefore we have created a wallpaper roll calculator to work out how many rolls of wallpaper you will need. Don't forget to have the measurements of your room at the ready.

A standard size of wallpaper is 21"x33' which is usually 57.89 sq. feet coverage depending on the pattern, unless stated otherwise.

It is possible but to achieve the best result we wouldn't recommend it. The new wallpaper will also not adhere to other textured or vinyl coated wallpapers underneath. It's always best to strip off any existing wallpaper before re-decorating.

Wallpaper needs to be allowed to dry naturally in a well ventilated environment. In areas of high temperature, the drying process may speed up causing the wallpaper to shrink leaving the dreaded gaps in between strips.

For the best possible result, ensure your walls are in their best condition prior to wallpapering. Be sure to remove all old paste residues. The old paste can stop the new paste from adhering to the wall properly. The wall must be roughened with sandpaper too. Emulsion paint can also result in application errors as again the paste cannot penetrate into the wall.

Our wall coverings are generally printed using water based inks. In order to ensure that the colours remain 'fast' after printing, a binding solution is added to the inks. Rubbing hard or using cleaning fluids will compromise the binding solution and cause the colour to come off. It is also recommended that any excess paste on the surface of the paper is removed immediately using a damp sponge. Again, the integrity of the binding solution will be compromised if excess paste is allowed to remain on the printed surface for longer than 5 minutes. Darker colours have more propensity to come off than lighter colours and therefore require extra care.

There are generally two types of bubbles associated with hanging wall coverings which are either due to trapped air or more seriously, continued expansion:

  • Air bubbles can generally be identified by their shape and will show themselves as a relatively 'round' type bubble (diameter approx 4-8 inches). These are caused when the paper is smoothed unevenly. The best way to avoid air bubbles is to gently brush the paper down the centre and then out to the edges as you work down the sheet. If bubbles are immediately identified as the wall covering is being hung then simply lift the wall covering from the bottom and re-brush/smooth it back down. Air bubbles will reduce slightly upon drying, but will not disappear completely. Pricking them with a needle and then attempting to brush them out after they have dried will almost certainly result in creasing.
  • Expansion bubbles or creases are caused by continual expansion of the wall covering. This occurs when the paper has not been left to soak for the recommended time. They normally present themselves as short elongated bubbles (approx 10/15cm long), running parallel to the length of the wall covering and tend to look staggered across the sheet. It is highly unlikely that these type of bubbles will reduce upon drying or be removable once dry.

This type of problem is normally an adhesion issue and the most common cause is 'drying-in' of the adhesive at the edge of the paper. When wallpaper is folded adhesive side in, the only area that is exposed to the atmosphere during the soaking period is the very edge of the sheet and it is this area that starts to dry out first. It is therefore important that an adequate amount of adhesive is applied particularly to the edges. The use of a seam roller may prove beneficial in such circumstances but be careful not to damage the surface of the wall covering.

You simply need to note the widest and tallest side of the wall for calculation. While pasting the wallpaper you can trim away the excess paper.

For customization of wallpaper it is advised that you provide actual size in 100dpi. Please note that enlarging an image can make the image look blurry in print. Hence we always recommend you call us for clarification or mail us the image to check if the image is useful or not.

Even though wallpapers are "Do it Yourself", we always suggest you take professional help to get the patterns aligned and avoid bubbles.

If you need help with applicator kindly select while adding cart or call us. We shall help you with applicator available in or around your location.

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