Eco-friendly & Non-toxic
When you choose Huggleberry Hill wallpaper, you're not only enhancing your space but also contributing to a healthier home for your family.
Washable & Water Resistant
Our wallpaper is moisture resistant, can be wiped clean and stand up to the humidity of kitchens and bathrooms.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much wallpaper do I need?
Our wallpaper is available in varying lengths to accommodate a number off wall heights and applications.
To determine the required amount of wallpaper, measure the width and height of each wall you intend to wallpaper. Then utilize our convenient online wallpaper calculator located on each product page.
How do I measure my walls?
Here are some tips on how to best measure your walls accurately:
Exclude crown molding and baseboards from the wall height calculation to prevent unnecessary excess wallpaper.
Measure the wall height on both sides of the wall to account for potential slight variations. Utilize the longest measurement to prevent gaps between the ceiling and the wallpaper.
Measure the wall width at both the top and bottom, accounting for potential slight variations.
Include doors, windows, or any other obstacles in the measured area to obtain comprehensive dimensions for ordering with accuracy.
How do I use the Online Wallpaper Calculator?
The online wallpaper calculator is located on each wallpaper product page.
Open the calculator and select Imperial or Metric units.
Input the width and height of each individual wall you intend to install wallpaper on. We recommend inputting each wall measurement separately.
Click the "Estimate Quantity" button and the calculator will output the length and the number of panels you require.
As a safety net, we recommend you opurchase an extra 10% to 15% beyond the calculated amount based on your wall dimensions.
What tools do I need to install peel-and-stick wallpaper?
You can install our peel-and-stick wallpaper with a few simple tools:
Plumb line or level
Smoothing tool or dry sponge
How do I install peel-and-stick wallpaper?
For detailed instructions, visit our Installation and Care Guide
Here's a brief overview of the installation process:
Unroll the wallpaper for an hour or two to facilitate installation and help it stay flat.
Locate a level spot on your wall to ensure straight alignment. If covering a single accent wall, strat in the centre of the wall.
Gently and slowly peel the wallpaper from the backing, peeling about 10 inches from the top to start.
Apply the wallpaper to the level spot on the wall, pressing and smoothing it slowly from the top with a smoothing tool or dry sponge. Peel the backing gradually in 10-inch increments, smoothing as you go to adhere it to the wall.
Apply the second panel. As our peel-and-stick textile doesn't shrink over time, place the second panel flush with the edge of the first panel without overlapping.
Repeat steps 1-5.
Trim any excess wallpaper.
Final smoothing. For proper adhesion, perform additional smoothing after 2 days and again after 2 weeks to ensure longevity.
Do I have to overlap my panels?
Due to the composition of our premium peel-and-stick textile wallpaper, zero shrinkage occurs over time, which means no overlap is needed. Our wallpapers are also designed as a Straight Match, which allows each panel to be butted up to the next one with an exact parallel match, meaning less waste too.
Do I need to prep my walls before installing peel-and-stick wallpaper?
Although our peel-and-stick wallpaper is thick and hides a multitude of flaws on surfaces, we always recommend a simple prep by applying a wallpaper primer to your walls before installing our wallpaper. This helps to ensure that the surface underneath is a suitable base for our wallpaper and greatly reduces the risk of any damage to less solid wall surfaces when it's time for removal.
There are a few factors to consider before installing our wallpaper directly onto walls without prep:
- Surface Texture and Condition:Ensure the wall surface is smooth and free of imperfections. Peel-and-stick wallpaper adheres best to smooth surfaces, so if your wall has a rough texture or imperfections, priming might be necessary to create a more even base.
- Cleanliness:The wall should be clean and free from dust, grease, and other contaminants. Any dirt or residue on the wall can hinder the adhesive's ability to bond properly.
- Paint Type:Consider the type of paint on the wall. If the wall is painted with a gloss or semi-gloss finish, the wallpaper adhesive may have difficulty sticking. Matte or satin finishes tend to work better.
- Wall Material:Different wall materials may require different approaches. While peel-and-stick wallpaper generally adheres well to smooth drywall, it might struggle with certain surfaces like heavily textured walls, brick, or wood paneling.
- Long-Term Goals:Consider how long you plan to keep the peel-and-stick wallpaper in place. If it's a short-term solution or if you anticipate changing it frequently, the need for priming may be less critical.
The two blog posts below also offer a more in-depth understanding of how best to install our wallpaper:
How To Install Peel-and-Stick Wallpaper:
How To Put Peel-and-Stick Wallpaper on Textured Walls
In order to decide whether or not to prep your walls, it's a good idea to purchase samples of our wallpaper and install it in an inconspicuous area. This allows you to assess adhesion and potential issues for your particular wall type before completing the entire installation.
Can I put Huggleberry Hill’s wallpaper over existing wallpaper?
Applying our wallpaper over existing wallpaper is typically feasible, yet various factors such as the type, adhesion, texture, and condition of the old wallpaper and wall need careful consideration. Adequate surface preparation is essential to achieve a seamless application and ensure the durability of the new wallpaper.
Check out our dedicated blog article on this topic for essential considerations before opting to wallpaper over your current one.
On what surfaces can I install peel-and-stick wallpaper?
Because of the strong adhesive properties of our premium textile peel-and-stick wallpaper, it is suitable for use on a wide range of surfaces.
As well as on walls, our wallpaper has also been tested for great results on wood furniture, concrete, cabinets, glass, tiles, refrigerators, metallic surfaces and smaller craft projects such as dolls houses.
We recommend that surfaces are flat and smooth so that the high-quality finish of the wallpaper isn’t affected, however our wallpaper has been successfully tested on slightly textured walls.
Take a look at our Installation and Care Guide for full details.
Can peel-and-stick wallpaper be installed in the bathroom and kitchen?
Yes! Our peel-and-stick textile wallpaper has a high level of adhesion which means it is suitable for use in dry or humid environments. It can be used as a backsplash, provided that it isn’t installed on areas of direct heat or flame, such as behind the stove. Take a look at ourInstallation and Care Guidefor full details.
How do I remove peel-and-stick wallpaper?
- Choose a Starting Point: Begin at a corner or seam where you can grip the wallpaper edge securely.
- Peel Away the Wallpaper: Gently peel back the wallpaper at a 45-degree angle, taking care to avoid overstretching.
- Apply Heat (Optional): If the wallpaper is resistant, use a hair dryer or heat gun to warm the area.
- Scrape and Remove: As you peel, use a plastic scraper to lift and loosen the wallpaper, working downwards in small sections.
- Eliminate Any Adhesive Residue: After removing the wallpaper, clean any remaining adhesive by scrubbing with warm, soapy water and a sponge or cloth.
Take a look at ourInstallation and Care Guidefor full details.
Will peel-and-stick wallpaper come off in one piece?
Huggleberry Hill's peel-and-stick wallpaper has a thick woven texture that is easily removed in one piece.
Will removing peel-and-stick wallpaper damage the walls?
We always recommend that surfaces are prepped correctly with a wallpaper primer before installation. Applying a wallpaper primer creates a protective barrier that helps prevent damage to the underlying wall when removing peel-and-stick wallpaper.
Can I recycle my peel-and-stick wallpaper?
We're delighted to inform you that our wallpaper is crafted from 100% PET and is entirely recyclable at your local recycling facility. The packaging it arrived in and its paper backing are also recyclable.
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How to Prepare Walls & Surfaces for Peel and Stick Wallpaper
Dive into our guide on preparing your walls for peel and stick wallpaper. Learn step-by-step techniques for a flawless and lasting application.
Can You Use Peel & Stick Wallpaper in a Bathroom?
Looking to install peel-and-stick wallpaper in your bathroom? Learn easy application tips and maintenance tricks for a stylish and moisture-friendly bathroom makeover.