Calculating required amount of wallpaper is important for wallpaper buyer or end user. By taking the selected wallpaper roll size and the wall size, the number of rolls are determined. How to decorate your rooms in the Victorian Style and bring a sense of affluence, elegance and luxury to your home. I uncover the evolution of this style and how you can replicate Victorian Interior Design using wall and ceiling features, rich, deep wall colours, patterns and wallpaper, layers of fabric and folds, reproduction furniture, lighting and many more accessories. Believe it or not, wallpaper in the home has been making a major comeback. Wallpaper was once a hot commodity – back in the 60s and 70s – but became less popular in the 80s and 90s. It wasn’t until recently that homeowners and interior decorators started to recognize the value of wallpaper once again – and that is largely because wallpaper has come a long way over the past 50 years or so. In fact, it is nothing like the wallpaper you remember hanging on the walls in your grandma’s house. Today’s home wallpaper is chic, trendy, vibrant, and a great addition to any home. Many who love the outdoors and the wilderness often dream throughout each day of being in their favorite places in nature. Although most of us must work full time jobs and cannot spend as much time as we would like in nature, we can surround ourselves with scenes, images and pictures of our most beloved memories. The decision when to hang pictures or other objects on a wallpapered wall can be difficult to make: when is there a good reason to make permanent holes in the often costly wallpaper you installed? What design principles can help you understand the advantages and disadvantages — the do’s and don’ts — of this common issue? Here is a simple overview to help you make an informed decision that will maximize the space and style of your living environment. 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.