With a wide variety to select from and manufacturers trying to prove their products to be the best it has become very difficult to know what you require and what is the best suited option available. Sellers tend to confuse the buyers with the products and they end up buying the wrong article which does not fit to the requirements. Similar is the scenario when people go to buy designer wallpaper for renovating the interiors of houses. People do not look into the basics of buying. An idea of renovation propagates in the mind and the buyers simply move to the shops and then tend to get confused and end up with a bad deal. Wallpaper was believed to have been invented as far back as 200BC by the Chinese, who glued rice-paper onto their walls and also onto wooden frames to make simple and lightweight room separation screens. Often hand painted, this rather luxurious (and expensive) method of decorating paper soon changed with the arrival of wooden block printing techniques which enabled the mass production of repeating patterns that could be easily and cheaply replicated. Hanging wallpaper may look like an art in itself but it really isn’t that difficult so in the short article we’ll explain how best to hang your wallpaper/designer wallpaper in your home. First thing to do is work out how many rolls of wallpaper/designer wallpaper you may need to decorate your room. For many people, the children’s bedroom takes low priority and low budget when they are designing their house. This is partly due to the fact that children grow up quickly, and their tastes change, and also due to the misconception that a personalised bedroom for children is bound to be very expensive… Children will be children – and when it comes to bedroom design ideas for their rooms, to expect them to have the same reverence for your home as you have is a tall order! Rather than installing vulnerable surfaces, tough resilient finishes will give you more peace of mind and your child greater freedom. Hard, splinter-free flooring in a young baby’s room may prove the best solution. Area rugs (non-slip) to give a feeling of comfort can be added, and later a fitted carpet installed once the child has left the ‘messy years’ behind him/her. Because connecting areas generally offer few opportunities for the placement of furniture, each piece will stand out and therefore requires very careful selection. Consider particularly how items will appear when viewed from different angles. For example, a chest may be seen from below when positioned on a landing at the top of a stairway.