bespoke wallpaperBespoke Wallpaper

As well as producing wallpaper on the roll some of our designs are available as part of our bespoke wallpaper service. The designs marked under the ‘bespoke category’ are tailor made for the contract sector.

Contract Quality

Our vinyl wall coverings are designed specifically for contract & commercial applications that demand the very best substrate. For durability vinyl offers the best option for commercial & high footfall areas. Our 350 GSM heavyweight fabric backed vinyl is available in a number of textures & is priced per square metre.

If there is a design you like & want to use with our bespoke vinyl please email your wall size or total coverage and we will supply a free no obligation quote.

Please get in touch if you are interested in any of these products or require samples.

Measuring your walls

When measuring your walls try to as accurate as possible, please send us your wall measurements in mm Calculate the height and width of each wall and number each wall appropriately. We can only print square panels so if your walls have any irregularities your decorator will need to trim accordingly. An example of how to send us your wall measurements:

Wall (A)
Height 3000 mm x Width 5000 mm

Wall (B)
Height 2900 mm x 3000 mm

Hanging Wide Width Wallcoverings

  1. Prepare your walls in the normal way.
  2. Decide on the starting point in the room & plumb a line for the first drop or draw a feint vertical guide line.
  3. Measure the length of the first drop adding sufficient excess top & bottom to allow for trimming. Take into account that variations in floor & ceiling level could occur.
  4. Paste the wall, ensuring generous & even coverage of the area to be covered by the first drop, paying particular attention to the edges, the top & the bottom.
  5. To hang the first drop, press it onto the pasted wall along the top. Keeping the rest of the paper off the wall align the edge of the paper to the vertical guide line. Once in position use a plastic spatula to smooth the paper downwards & outwards, removing all air bubbles. Trim top & bottom.
  6. Paste the required area & hang the second drop overlapping the edge of the first drop by approx. 30mm, to match the pattern. Secure the rest of the paper as before.
  7. Cut through the centre of the overlap with a very sharp blade using a metal edge as a guide. Ensure metal cutting guide is appropriate for the wall surface. We recommend a short edge that is pliable enough to mould to the wall.
  8. Pull away the 2 strips of paper, flap back the edges & re-paste. Press edges back into position to form a perfect join. Now trim top & bottom.