Welcome to napper bliss the blog all about cheap wallpaper and wallpapering. Here you’ll find the very best tips and tricks to decorating your walls, Both cheaply and effectively.
Wallpapering these days need not be overly expensive, manufacturing processes have improved at the point where cheap wallpaper is not only a great value for money but is also high-quality and comprised of innovative Wall hanging designed.
As a professional wallpaper for the past 30 years I have learned a thing or two about this industry, In this blog I am going to be sharing tips and tricks as well as the latest wallpapering trends.
What are the latest cheap wallpaper trends?
2015 has been the year of wallpaper murals and brick wallpaper designs. The bestseller in the year 2014 was to everyone’s surprise a white brick wall paper style, this particular pattern even surprise industry experts people began using it in for kitchen wallpaper, as well as bathroom wallpaper. For styles such as these there is always a way of getting discount wallpaper, your best bet is to wait until the end of the decorating season which typically lasts up until November, if you go wallpaper shopping at this point you can often land cheap wallpaper that has come to the end of it shelf life.
These days, wallpaper often worked out cheaper if you have your own designs made. Now contrary to what you may believe, it is often cheaper to have a custom-designed made than it is to buy some of the more heavyweight wallpaper patterns that have there, these often coming the most expensive of all. For heavyweight wallpapers it is not uncommon to pay upwards of £30 per roll, for this little you do get a very thick wallpapers style that tends to last decades rather than the mere years.
How to buy cheap bathroom and kitchen wallpapers
Not all wallpapers are made the same of course, certain materials are better suited to certain environments. For example, it is a good idea to choose an acrylic wallpaper for use in bathrooms and environments away your wallpapers are likely to be exposed to harsh environments such as heat and moisture.
When wallpapering in these type of environments it is always best to choose a suitable bonding agent as well as a suitable wallpaper material. For example certain wallpaper adhesive don’t work well when they are exposed to heat and you may soon find that your wallpapers are detaching themselves from your walls, the last thing that you need any busy kitchen.
In the coming weeks I will be blogging about some of the cheaper wallpapers out there on the market, I’m exactly you can get them from all. I will be discussing particular styles to, So if you’re decorating a particular moment in your house with a certain style or colour scheme then I would love to hear from you and perhaps give you some tips on how you can match your wallpaper choice to the style of your home.