mural. Sunday , May 07th , 2017 - 10:59:23 AM
If the wallpaper is indeed strippable, it should peel off quite neatly by only applying a moderate pressure. If it doesn't, the wallpaper is probably non-strippable in which case you will either need to use the soak, steam or dry strip methods.
Once you've removed the wallpaper, check the wall for any patches of old adhesive and sand them down with some fine sandpaper.
Reading home improvement magazines helps in deciding what colors and patterns blend well with certain motifs. Consulting with an interior designer is a great way to deal with such dilemma, but take note that professional services can be expensive.
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