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Clouds WallPaper for Kids Rooms, Nursery Room or Preschool - Clouds Wallpaper - Graphic Clouds Blue Wallpaper
Clouds WallPaper for Kids Rooms, Nursery Room or Preschool - Clouds Wallpaper - Graphic Clouds Blue Wallpaper

Wallpaper - Graphic Clouds Light Blue

Item #: Wallpaper - KD1783
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    Made in USA wallpaper for Kids Rooms - Clouds light blue WallpaperThis graphic depiction of a cloudy light blue sky wallpaper is sure to add warmth and cheer to any juvenile room. It's easy to apply: just roll each prepasted strip in some warm water, then bring it to the wall. Perfect as a backdrop for a variety of borders or peel and stick wall decals… or maybe as a decoration for an empty ceiling? The sky's the limit!

    For more Clouds Wallpaper, be sure to check out our Graphic Clouds Blue Wallpaper and Disney Clouds Wallpaper.

    Wallpaper Dimensions:

    • 27”W, 27’L
    • 60.75 square ft. per roll
    • Pattern Repeat 24", drop match
    • Prepasted, scrubbable, and strippable

    Wallpaper Guide

    Although wallpaper has a reputation for often being difficult, either to hang or remove, a tastefully decorated room, accent wall, or panel can often be the perfect compliment to your home decor. While wallpaper may not be as effortless as our peel & stick wall decals, we think it's time to show you how simple wallpaper application can be. You may be surprised to learn just how easy it is!

    To hang wallpaper, you will need the following items (all available from your local hardware or interior decorating supplier):

    • Wallpaper primer
    • Paint roller
    • A water tray (filled with warm water)
    • A sharp knife
    • Seam roller
    • Soft brush
    • Damp sponge
    • A ladder or stepstool
    • (Optional) A pencil
    • (Optional) A ruler or level
    • (Optional) Two or more people

    All of the wallpaper sold on our website is prepasted, meaning there is no need to buy wallpaper paste to hang your paper. If you would like to have some paste on hand, however—just in case you need it—we recommend using a clear, pre-mixed paste.

    Once you have all of your supplies ready, you can begin the hanging process! Here's how to do it, step-by-step:

    1. Prime the walls.
    2. Approximately 24 hours before you apply your wallpaper, you will need to prime the walls. Primer allows wallpaper to more easily “stick”, and can also help prevent damage to your drywall or sheetrock if the paper ever needs to be removed. Don't skip this step! Use a paint roller to roll a high quality wallcovering primer onto your walls, then allow the primer at least 24 hours to work.

    3. Decide where to begin.
    4. After you've primed the walls, pick a point in the room at which you will hang the first panel of wallpaper. Because you might have trouble matching this first piece to the last one, we recommend starting by the door, or in a corner. (Of course, if you're only covering one wall or a small area, you won't have to worry about this!) Optionally, you can use a ruler or level to measure the width of each wallpaper panel, and draw a line from ceiling to floor to help guide you as you hang each section.

    5. Cut the first panel.
    6. Using a sharp knife or razor blade, cut the first panel of paper away from your roll. This panel should be the same length as the height of your wall from top to bottom, plus at least two additional inches to allow for a seamless line at the ceiling, chair rail, paneling, or floor.

    7. Activate the paste and prepare the paper.
    8. Loosely roll the first panel, with the adhesive side facing out, and immerse it in your tray of water. Once the paper is wet on all sides, you will need to perform a process called “booking.” This ensures the paper will be flat and easier to apply to the wall. To book the paper, remove the panel from your water tray, and loosely fold it in half, with the pasted sides touching. (Be careful not to crease the paper!) Allow the paper to rest for approximately five minutes in this position.

    9. Apply the panel to the wall.
    10. After the paste has been activated and the panel has been booked, bring the paper to your starting point on the wall. Starting at the ceiling, slowly apply the top half of the panel, allowing an inch of overlap at the top of the wall. Use a damp sponge to smooth out the edges of your panel, or utilize a soft brush to move any pockets of air to the outside edges. (Do not use a seam roller yet!) When the top half has been applied and smoothed, repeat the process with the bottom half. You should have at least one inch of overlap at the bottom of your panel.

    11. Trim away excess.
    12. Using your sharp knife or razor, trim the excess paper from the top and bottom of the panel you have just applied. When this trimming is completed, you may find it necessary to clean your ceiling, baseboards, molding, or chair rail with a damp sponge. Any excess paste on these surfaces should be easily wiped away.

    13. Repeat the process.
    14. Repeat steps 3-6 with the rest of your wallpaper. Remember to book each strip prior to hanging! Match the seams of each subsequent panel without overlapping—you should not experience any significant shrinkage from strip to strip. If you are papering around doors or windows, you should also remember to allow excess amounts of at least one inch on each end to ensure there are no gaps between the paper and molding. If you are papering in a corner, you may find it necessary to overlap panels slightly, just to ensure that no peeling occurs.

    15. Finish up!
    16. Once you are finished, you may gently use a seam roller to flatten any visible seams between panels. A damp sponge can be used to wipe away any excess paste on the surface of the paper or on your walls, molding, etc. Allow the wallpaper to settle for at least two weeks prior to hanging any pictures, applying wall decals, or making any additional modifications.

    That's it! While the first time may seem daunting, once you finish hanging your first wall or room of wallpaper, you'll be a seasoned pro. Don't sweat the small stuff: even if you make a mistake, we're sure people will be way too busy admiring your new wallpaper to notice a tiny gap in between panels or slight mismatch in the corner. And if you get stuck, you can always consult our website or a local interior decorator for help.

    Wallpaper FAQ

    On this page you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions about the wallpaper sold on our website. We know hanging wallpaper can seem daunting, especially if you're new at it, but don't worry—we're here to help!

    What do the wallpaper measurements tell me?

    When you look at our wallpaper, you'll notice three separate measurements for each pattern:

    • Width: This tells you how wide a roll of wallpaper is. We carry two different widths: 20.5” and 27”.
    • Length: This tells you how long a roll is. We carry two lengths corresponding to the above widths: 33’ and 27’.
    • Square footage: This is helpful for determining how many rolls you will need to order. If your wall is 10’ tall by 15’ wide, this is 150 square feet (height x width). If you know that a roll of your wallpaper of choice covers 56 square feet, you can calculate that three rolls will comfortably cover your space while allowing for waste (56 square feet x 3 rolls of wallpaper = 168 square feet of coverage).

    In lieu of doing calculations like this in your head, it's much easier just to use our wallpaper calculator (which you can find on each product page) to determine how many rolls you will need. Just plug in your room size and some additional information, and we'll give you an idea of what you need to order to cover your space completely.

    What is a wallpaper “repeat”? Will it change the way I hang my wallpaper?

    A wallpaper's “repeat” determines both how often the pattern repeats itself horizontally, and how each panel of wallpaper will line up with each other. Here are the three repeat types you will see in the Disney collection:

    • Drop Match: The most common type of repeat in our collection, a drop match repeats itself in every other panel. Every other strip of wallpaper installed will have the same design at the ceiling line. This forms a diagonal pattern sequence, rather than the horizontal pattern sequence created by a straight match. An example of this would be this paisley pattern, where the colored paisleys repeat at the point where your first two panels align.
    • Straight Match: Every panel of wallpaper hung will look exactly the same. The wallpaper will match on adjoining strips, creating a horizontal pattern sequence. An example of this would be this harlequin pattern. As you can see, the diamond design is exactly the same the whole way across the paper.
    • Random: Wallpaper with a random match has a pattern sequence that will match no matter how the adjoining strips are positioned on the wall. An example of this would be a striped wallpaper. By far the easiest repeat to deal with!

    For all you visual learners out there, here's a quick diagram that you may find useful, using the same patterns referenced above:

    Why do I need to “prime” my walls before hanging wallpaper?

    Primer is a sealant for walls that prevents paste from being absorbed into the drywall or sheetrock. It also allows wallpaper paste to “grip” otherwise slick surfaces. Primer is important to use prior to application, as it makes removing wallpaper much easier, and also ensures that your paper will stick properly without curling or falling.

    Can I hang wallpaper on textured walls, or on other surfaces (paneling, brick, stucco...)?

    You can! But before applying wallpaper, you will need to apply a specialty pre-sized wallpaper liner, like Wonder Cover, that is designed to bridge gaps in paneling or smooth out other textured surfaces. Once the liner is in place, you will have a more uniform base on which to hang your paper.

    Where in my room should I start hanging the wallpaper?

    Don't start right in the middle of the wall! The first panel you hang may not completely match other panels on the left and right side. So, the best place to start is in the least visible corner of your room. This would be by the entryway (if you are papering an entire room), or in the corner (if you are papering an accent wall).

    Why is it important to allow for waste?

    It's important to remember that, save “random” match patterns, your wallpaper will not perfectly repeat across each applied panel without you manually lining things up. Because you may need to trim several inches from the top of a roll to match panel one to panel two, you should have a comfortable amount of extra wallpaper in your order.

    Generally, the larger the repeat, the more waste you should expect (because you will need to be more precise when you line up these patterns). You should never order only exactly as much as you need—always order extra. If you end up with an unused and unopened roll of wallpaper, you can always return it to us for a refund.

    Why are run numbers important?

    If you check your wallpaper packaging, you should see a small "R01," "R02," "R03," or something similar. The “R” stands for “run,” this tells you the batch of wallpaper your rolls came from. Although we rely on some of the best presses and color mixers in the United States, you may notice slight color differences between separately printed runs. If you find you need an extra roll to complete a pattern you have already started to apply, you should try to order from the same run as your existing paper, just to be sure everything looks even.

    If you need to order from a specific run, please e-mail us before you place your order so we can be sure that we have your run in stock. As a word of caution, we will not always be able to fulfill special run requests, especially on older patterns and runs.

    If you absolutely must apply paper from two different runs, we recommend matching the end of the first one and the beginning of the second in the corner of a room. That way, if there is any color difference, it will not be as obvious as it would be in the middle of the wall.

    Can I apply wall decals to my wallpaper?

    Yes—but use caution! RoomMates does not recommend applying our wall decals or peel & stick borders to wallpaper until it has had time to “settle.” Much like applying decals to fresh paint, we suggest waiting approximately two weeks before sticking RoomMates to newly papered surfaces. Applying decals before the paper has settled could cause damage to the wallpaper, damage to your RoomMates, or both.

    Can I return my wallpaper?

    Absolutely. Please read our Return Policy for more information, as well as instructions on how to receive an RA number. Returns are accepted for unused and unopened rolls of wallpaper within 30 days of purchase. If you somehow find yourself with defective wallpaper, please call or e-mail us so we can replace what we've sent you with good stock.