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●Pattern:Mica Wallpaper Series
●Features natural mica stone based
●Realistic rustic stone design wallpaper
●Roll Size:0.53*10m (±5%）
●High quality Non woven wallpaper
●Easy to apply
●Handcrafted natural Mica stone wallpaper home decor
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This Designer Mica Wallpaper adds a touch of sophistication to the decor of homes as well as offices. Coarse Mica is metallic jewel toned roughly cut mica stone wallpaper adorned with natural mica chips to create a bold shimmering and textural effect.handcrafted natural Mica stone wallpaper home decor.
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How do I know how much wallpaper I need?
Generally, in order to calculate how much wallpaper you need, use the following steps: First,
calculate the wall area by multiplying the height of the wall by the width.Second, calculate the
area of the wall you will not be papering (i.e.windows and doors) by multiplying the height by
the width of each area you will not paper.Third, subtract the unpapered area from the area of
the wall.This will give you the wallpapering area.Fourth, divide the wallpapering area by the
square footage of the wallpaper you would like to purchase.This will give you the total number
of rolls needed to complete your project.However, you will need to consider extra paper for the
pattern repeat and extra trimmings.
How to calculate the number of rolls required?
1.Measure walls (including doors and windows): height x width to get the square footage.
2.Subtract 21 square feet for each door, 15 square feet for each window.
3.Find the pattern repeat on the wallpaper label.Solids and stripes will not list a repeat, so
use 0 as the repeat.
4.Determine the usable yield per roll of wallpaper by consulting the chart below.
Repeat size Usable yield/roll.
5.Divide the room square footage by the usable yield to determine the number of rolls needed for the project.
Alternatively, refer to the chart below to determine how many rolls are required for the project.