What You'll Need:

Utility knife, Measuring tape, Level, Pencil, Plastic squeegee (included), Ladder. Doing it yourself is great, but it’s even better with a friend!

Wall Surface

1. The surface must be smooth, clean, and dry.

2. Any paint on the wall must have been dry for at least 14 days before applying the wallpaper.

3. The wallpaper should not be applied on a primed surface or on plaster that hasn’t been sanded or painted.

4. The surface must be cleaned with a dry cloth (without any cleaners) and be free of dust and other impurities. 

5. The surface must be completely smooth.

6. Any imperfections on gypsum walls must be repaired before installing the wallpaper. If using plaster, let it dry completely. Any repaired area must be sanded to have a smooth, dry, and non-porous surface.

7. Any wall plates or other objects that could hinder application must be removed before applying the wallpaper.


1. Unroll a first panel on a clean floor, pattern side down.

2. Peel off the first six inches of wax paper from the top and fold.

3. Starting from the left side, align the top of the panel to the top of the wall. The adhesive should overlap the ceiling by an inch, incase it isn’t levelled. It’s important to pencil in your one-inch guides at the top and side of the panel.

4. Make sure that the panel’s right side is levelled so that the following panels can be as well.

5. Using the plastic squeegee, affix the top of the panel with long, horizontal strokes, starting from the middle to the edges. Scrape any bubbles off towards the edges. Peel off another 12 inches of wax paper straight down with both hands. Avoid scraping the area where the wax paper is folded.

6. Repeat step 5 until the whole panel is fixed to the wall.

7. Pencil in small guides on the affixed panel, 1⁄2 inch from the edge. The wallpaper panels are designed to overlap by a 1⁄2 inch.

8. Unroll a new panel and peel off the first six inches of wax paper from the top and fold (like in steps 1 and 2).

9. Adjust the second panel on the pencil marks, making sure to line up the patterns, affix the top of the second panel and repeat the previous steps until the entire surface is covered. Note: take your time! Our removable material allows you to peel off and reapply the wallpaper panels, so don’t worry if you need to realign the pattern.

10. Using the squeegee, press any corners where excess vinyl needs to be removed (such as the ceiling, floor, or right wall).
11. To finish it off, remove the excess vinyl with a utility knife.

Voilà! Now admire your work, light your favourite candle, sit back, and relax in your new interior!