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Transform your walls with our top brands

The right paint for the job


Use for interior walls and ceilings.

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Furniture Paint

Perfect for renovating and transforming.

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Make a statement with shimmer and shine.

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Spray Paint

Ideal for use on surfaces such as metal, wood and plastic.

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Use a sample pot on a little patch to see if you’re happy.

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Make an impact
with wallpaper

How much do I need?

To calculate how much wallpaper you need you should work out the square footage of the room you wish to decorate using the following formula:

Length of all walls multiplied by the room height from floor to ceiling.

Standard wallpaper rolls measure approximately 10.05 metres (11 yards) in length and are 52cm (20.5 inches) in width.

Wide wallpaper rolls measure 68.5cm 927 inches) in width.

How to hang

• Remove any existing wallpaper to give a smooth finish and to avoid air bubbles and creases.

• If your walls are freshly plastered, seal them with wall sealer.

• Hang lining paper to prevent the new wallpaper from shrinking.

• Make sure you have enough wallpaper and allow for extra wastage – we recommend having 10% extra.

• Hang your wallpaper vertically unless the pattern requires it to be hung horizontally.

• Before papering, unscrew any fixings on the walls. Mark the position of each by pushing a matchstick (break the head off) into the wall plug so you can locate it later.

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The right tools make light work

Having all the tools you need at hand will helps things to go smoothly.

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Handy essentials to help you get the job done

We’ve everything you need to decorate your home to a high standard, from paint brushes to paint trays, rollers to dust sheets.

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Stay safe while you work

Before you start any DIY work it’s really important that
you follow the safety precautions below.

Good practice

• Don’t wear loose fitting clothes.

• Take your time.

• Working inside? Ventilate the room.

• Tidy your tools away when you’ve finished.

• Use ladders with care.

Safety using tools

• Make yourself familiar with how to use the relevant tools.

• Cut away from your body when using a knife.

• Keep your tools in good working order.

• Use the correct tool for each job.

Safety equipment

• Wear the right safety gear including goggles, gloves and dust mask.

• Removing paint that may be lead-based? Seek advice on how to dispose
of it.

• Keep a well-stocked first aid kit nearby.

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