## How do I calculate how many rolls of wallpaper I need?

## How do I calculate how many rolls of wallpaper I need?

Divide the total surface area by the amount of usable wallpaper per roll.

- For example, if your total surface area is 480 square feet (45 m2) and each roll gives you 25 square feet (2.3 m2) of usable wallpaper, then 480/25 = 19.2.
- Round the answer up to the nearest number.
- Wallpaper is sold in single and double rolls.

**How many yards of wallpaper do I need calculator?**

An important formula to remember is:

- Width divided by 12 = number of feet.
- Number of feet multiplied by 3 (1 yard) = square feet/width (square feet per lineal yard)
- Divide square feet of wall space to cover by square feet/width.

**How do you calculate wallpaper needed for a pattern repeat?**

Take your total square footage and divide it by usable square footage per roll of wallpaper:

- No Repeat = 25 Sq. Ft of Usable Wallpaper.
- Repeat Less than 12-inches = 22 Sq. Ft. of Usable Wallpaper.
- Repeat Greater than 12-inches = 18 Sq. Ft. of Usable Wallpaper.

### How many square Metres does a roll of wallpaper cover?

Standard wallpaper rolls made n Europe have dimensions of 10.05 m x 0.53 m, which amounts to 5 m2 (square meters).

**How many rolls of wallpaper do I need for one room?**

Wallpaper rolls typically measure 33′ (10m) long and 21″ (535mm) wide. If the room you’re decorating has a ceiling height of 9′ (2760mm) you’ll get three drops of wallpaper per roll. Allow a few inches per cut length for trimming the top and bottom off each strip. Allow more if the wallpaper has a large pattern repeat.

**What is the normal width of wallpaper?**

The width of a standard roll of wallcovering is 520mm (1ft gin), the length 10.05 metres (33ft).

#### How many square feet is a 12×12 room?

144 square feet

How many square feet is a 12×12 room? The square footage of a room 12 feet wide by 12 feet long is 144 square feet. Find the square footage by multiplying the width (12 ft) by the length (12 ft).

**Why is my wallpaper not matching?**

If the alignment is lost after hanging and drying, there could be a number of reasons: Wrong wallpaper paste, different types and brands, old paste, opened boxes, mistakes when mixing (incorrect proportion of water and paste, soaking time) Different soaking times for different lengths of wallpaper.

**How many drops do you get out of a roll of wallpaper?**

3 drops

There is normally 3 drops to a roll, any excess paper will do above doors and windows if needed.

## How many drops do you get from a roll of wallpaper?

**Is it cheaper to paint or wallpaper a room?**

It’s generally cheaper to paint a room than it is to wallpaper it, but wallpaper tends to have a longer life-span so the costs even out over time. The opacity of cheap paint is usually on the low side, meaning you might need three coats rather than two coats of a better quality, more opaque paint.

**How much wallpaper does 2 rolls cover?**

Depending on the wallpaper sheet width, a double roll covers 57 to 61 square feet, while a single roll is 29 to 31 square feet. Remember, wallpaper only comes in double rolls, even though they price out the cost in single roll quantities. You can count on double rolls to always be twice as long as single rolls.