## Wallpaper

A versatile wallpaper with a stunning subtle leathered texture.

For both residential or commercial space with a low-sheen matte finish.

Features scrub and scratch resistant performance making it ideal for use in all environments subject to wear and tear, from playrooms and bathrooms to restaurants and office spaces. This PVC-free, FSC Certified wallpaper also features mold, mildew and water resistance.

Isobar un-pasted double rolls measure 25” wide by 27’ long and are designed to be double-cut for a final install width of 24”. We recommend you work with a professional paper installer for consultation, estimation and installation.

For both residential or commercial space with a low-sheen matte finish.

Features scrub and scratch resistant performance making it ideal for use in all environments subject to wear and tear, from playrooms and bathrooms to restaurants and office spaces. This PVC-free, FSC Certified wallpaper also features mold, mildew and water resistance.

Isobar un-pasted double rolls measure 25” wide by 27’ long and are designed to be double-cut for a final install width of 24”. We recommend you work with a professional paper installer for consultation, estimation and installation.

## How Much Wallpaper Should I buy?

To calculate the number of double rolls you’ll need:

- Measure the width and height of each wall you’ll be covering.
- Determine the number of panels you’ll need - each panel of our wallpaper covers 24” when installed. Take the total width of all of your walls and divide it that number by 24” (2’). This will give you the number of panels you’ll need.
- Determine how many panels you’ll get out of each double roll. This number is dependent on the scale of your repeat which will vary by design. You can find the height of the repeat under “Details and Dimensions” on the product page (where you add the wallpaper to your cart). Each wallpaper roll is 324” (27’ x 12’’) long. To estimate the number of repeats per roll divide 324” by the repeat height of your pattern.
*Example: If the vertical repeat is 20”, 324/20 = 16.2 repeats per roll*- Then, add about 5” to the height of your install wall to determine the height of each panel.
*Example, cont.: If our wall is 9’ tall: 9x12 = 108 + 5 = 113” needed for each panel*- Then, divide your panel height by the repeat height of your pattern to determine the number of repeats per panel.
*Example, cont.: 113/20 = 5.65 rounded up to 6 repeats per panel*Finally, divide the number of repeats per roll by the number of repeats you need per panel.*Example, cont.: 16.2/6 = 2.7 panels per double roll*