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Wallpaper room by room

Are you thinking about decorating with wallpaper? Wallpaper can really transform a room and enhance its desired mood. But with a plethora of gorgeous options to choose from, picking the right wallpaper can feel overwhelming at times. Here are some things to consider when choosing wallpaper, room by room!

Should it be muted and understated, or vibrant and patterned? Minimalist or maximalist? Scandinavian or industrial? Rustic or luxurious? Or, perhaps an eclectic combination of several styles? Colours, patterns and textures all play a part in finding your unique style expression and putting your personal stamp on a room. It's important to listen to your gut feeling and remember to have fun with it. So without further ado, let's start with the hallway.

Wallpaper in the hallway

The hallway gives the first impression of your home (but it's also a place we spend very little time in). Therefore, you can afford to experiment a little here, especially if you have a larger space. Why not go for a romantic, dainty floral wallpaper, or a realistic brick wallpaper with a concrete finish? Shades of green and blue convey a calm feeling, while yellow adds a cheerful touch and red colours create a warm, welcoming atmosphere. If you have a smaller hallway, it's a good idea to go for light colours, or simply timeless white to open things up. (It is then best combined with something darker along the floor, such as a panel, where we take our shoes off.)

Wallpaper in the kitchen

The kitchen is the heart of the home for many, and wallpaper can make it even more inviting. Perhaps you want to create a calm and soothing atmosphere, opt for a bold and dynamic look, or go for a more stripped down, industrial vibe. The choice is yours! Just remember to consider the remaining decor, such as cabinet doors, work surfaces and kitchen appliances, when choosing kitchen wallpaper to ensure that the overall impression doesn’t appear cluttered.

Wallpaper in the living room

The living room gives you plenty of scope to create a unique and personal atmosphere. Go for a striking wallpaper mural for a real wow-effect, choose a photo wallpaper to give the room depth and dimension, or create a lovely focal point with a feature wall in your favourite corner. When it comes to patterns and colour schemes, just about anything goes, although we're seeing a lot of botanical influences at the moment. And for a luxurious boutique hotel feel, opt for dark colours complemented by precious metals. You can create a smooth transition from one room to an adjoining room by colour-coordinating the rest of the decor.

Wallpaper in the bedroom

The bedroom is your private sanctuary, and is favourably decorated in cool blues, greens or pinks with grey undertones to create a calm and relaxing atmosphere. Go for muted patterns paired with the room’s furnishings to create a harmonious look. Read our guide to choosing the right bedroom wallpaper her.

Wallpaper in the kid's room

A child's room is a place for sleeping, but also for playing and learning, and eventually a place for friends to visit. And unless you're planning to redecorate every five years as your child grows, it's a good idea to think long-term. Bring in cute, playful characters from the fairy tales, perhaps as a feature wall behind the bed, or to create a special play corner. Nature-inspired and small floral patterns in matte pastels are a great choice, as they usually stand the test of time.

Wallpaper in the guest room/office

The guest room is once again a place to be creative, or simply to try out a new trend. Here you can go for the big floral wallpaper you didn't really dare to use in the bedroom. If you're using the room as a workspace, it's a good idea to choose a motif and colour scheme that won't be too distracting. A feature wall is always a safe bet, in this case.

Things to keep in mind - 9 quick tips!

  • Keep in mind that light colours open up, while dark colours tend to shrink (subject to placement.)
  • Don't be afraid of large patterns! A two-colour large-patterned wallpaper is usually perceived as calmer than a small-patterned wallpaper in several colours.
  • Depending on the colour, a small-patterned wallpaper can make a smaller room feel bigger.
  • A feature wall stands out more than if all four walls had been wallpapered - perfect for creating focal points.
  • Change the room’s proportions! Go for a vertical pattern wallpaper to make a room appear taller (ideally combined with a white or lighter colour ceiling). Conversely, by choosing a horizontal pattern, you can make a room appear wider.
  • Large rooms appear cosier with vivid colours and large patterns.
  • Narrow rooms can look wider by using darker colours on the short walls combined with lighter shades on the side walls.
  • Worried that your statement wallpaper will command too much attention in your room? Soften the expression with solid-coloured curtains, for example.
  • Start by taping up a wallpaper sample to the wall and let it sit for a few days before deciding!

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Frequently asked questions

What measurements are Perswall wallpaper?

Each roll of wallpaper is 45 cm wide. The length and height depend on the measurements you indicate when placing an order.

What material is your product made of and what quality does it have?

Perswall wallpaper is digitally printed on high-quality, non-woven FSC- certified paper. Our digitally printed wallpaper offers a flexible material that makes interior dreams come true, without compromising on quality or the environment.

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Will my order be reviewed before printed?

Every custom order with manually be reviewed by our graphic designers to ensure best printing quality and will contact you in case there are any problems.

What will happen to my uploaded image after production?

We will save your file for 6 months. Should your wallpaper be damaged in transport or during installation we can easily produce another one. Your file will be deleted when the 6 months have passed.


What payment solutions do you offer?

We offer card payment via Adyen.


When do I receive my order confirmation?

You should receive your order confirmation within 24 hours of the order being placed. If you haven’t received your order confirmation within this time, please contact our customer service at

Can I change my order?

Since all our products are printed on-demand, with specific measurements and requirements, you won’t be able to alternate or change your order when gone into printing. If you wish to make any changes to your order, contact our customer service asap. There might be a small possibility that your order has not gone into printing yet which means that it still can be alternated. Contact customer service at


How much is delivery?

We love the fact that you chose us to tell your unique story, therefore we offer free shipping worldwide.

The cost excludes import taxes which depend on your country.

What happens if my product is injured when delivered?

We replace faulty items with a fault-free corresponding item. We need to see the error to do so. Perswall does not take responsibility for any accidents or mistakes that occur when installing wallpaper. Neither do we take responsibility for any costs from loss of time or other indirect or consequential costs. It is therefore crucial that you examine your order before installing it.

Easy how to hang guide

You need:

A roller, utility knife and spare blades, paint tray, spirit level/plummet (scissor and twine), pencil, soft sponge, spatula, a container with clean water, wallpaper brush, steel ruler, paintbrush and adhesive.

1. Before installation

A thoroughly prepared surface is crucial to the result. Therefore the wall should be dry, smooth, and well anchored. In our Wallpaper school, you can read more about how to prepare different surfaces.

Roll out your wallpaper on a clean table and cut off each strip on the scissor markings. Every other strip is upside down and needs to be flipped around to the right way. All strips have text on top, to ease the installation process and direction. Always use a non-woven adhesive (paste), avoid so-called combination glue.

2. Use a spirit level

Create a plum line with your plummet (scissor + twine) or a spirit level. Draw guidelines on the surface for an easier installation

3. Cover the whole area with adhesive

Apply adhesive on the wall equal to approximately the width of 2-3 strips (90-135 cm). It’s important to cover the whole area with adhesive to avoid any bare spots. A spot without glue becomes an air bubble under the wallpaper. Carefully apply an even layer of adhesive, use a paintbrush where the roller can’t reach.

4. Watch out for creases!

Follow the instructions on the top and bottom of the strip. Look what is up and down, carefully wrap the strip in the middle, make sure to not create any creases. Have the pattern on the inside of the wrap when you attach it to the wall, this to avoid staining the front with adhesive. Attach the top of the strip at the right height and in the right position before you let go of the wrap and let it fall.

5. If it goes wrong start over!

Examine the strip at the top and bottom before you press it against the wall. Never try to twist the strip into the right position when in the wrong position. Instead, loosen the strip and start over. Apply more adhesive if the previous layer is dry. If paste accidentally would end up on the front of the wallpaper, do not rub. Instead, use a soft sponge with water to wipe the adhesive away. A dry sponge may chafe on the print and destroy the wallpaper.

6. Use a wallpaper spatula

Use the wallpaper spatula to even out the surface and get rid of glue and air bubbles under the wallpaper. Remember to keep your tools clean at all times by continuously wiping them off to get glue and other residues off. Use the wallpaper tool in a sweeping motion starting from the ceiling to the floor, and from the middle outwards.

7. Be meticulous!

Continue with the next strip and align the pattern. Make sure that the strips are tightly joint so no underlying surface is visible in between. The adhesive must be applied out to the edges so the strips attach properly.

8. Change the blade often

Cut off everything that doesn’t belong to the wallpaper itself. Feel free to use a steel ruler or putty shovel as support when doing this. Don’t forget to change the blade on the knife often, a dull blade can easily rip and break the wallpaper.

9. Repeat

Now continue, strip by strip, until the wall is finished. Have in mind to avoid isolation of the room. If the weather allows, open up and let the room ventilate until the adhesive is dry