Structured acrylic wall frames is available in a variety of styles, from streamed to grass cloth. It is available in strong colors, as well as subtle shades. Textured walls can add warmth to a room, and if that’s the look you want, hang it no more than hanging other wallpapers.
Take furniture from the room and cover the floor with drapes. Fill any gaps or cracks in the wall frames with filler or dense and sand smooth. Wash the walls with a wet sponge and allow them to dry. Mix fungicide wallpaper stickers in a bucket, according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Fungicidal paste prevents the growth of mold in the newspaper. Measure the height of the wall to find the length of the first strip of wallpaper, and let an extra 4 inches. Cut the first strip of wallpaper, with scissors or knife. Place the wallpaper, pattern down on a flat surface. Work in small pieces, apply the pasta evenly, using a wallpaper brush.
Avoid getting the pasta on the front of the wallpaper. Allow the pasta to soak for 10 minutes. Run a chalk line down your wall to make sure your first strip of wallpaper is loose. Begin in the middle of a relatively dark wall. Fold the top half of the paper, and attach it to the wall, after the vertical line, using a paperhanger brush or damp sponge. Leave the top to overlap the ceiling by about 2 inches. Work from the center and outwards, gently brush the surface to remove any air bubbles. Carefully fold the lower half and continue to brush and evenly to avoid damage to the textured surface. Carefully trim the upper and lower edges with a knife or scissors, and smooth the edges down.
Measure the next length of wallpaper, allowing matching of the pattern. Continue to paste and put the wallpaper into adjacent sections, matching seams and remove any excess wallpaper adhesive with a damp sponge. Work around the room, from left to right. When you reach a corner, trim to fit, making an inch overlap along the strip. Carefully drive a steam roller along the dents to ensure that they get caught. Fit the wallpaper around a circuit breaker by making two diagonal sections across the front, running from corner to corner. Turn off the power and loosely screw off the front. Trim the paper to fit underneath the front, smoothly gently and screw in the front again.