Have you ever noticed how difficult wallpapering an archway can be? If it isn't one thing, it's another when it comes to this tricky task. While archways are great architectural elements in a home, they are not that great to wallpaper. This, more than any other reason, is why many archways are actually painted rather than being wallpapered.
Wallpapering an archway, while more difficult than wallpapering a regular wall, shouldn't be considered impossible. All you need to do is follow these simple instructions in order to get the job done correctly, and with a minimum of fuss. Just be sure that you complete the work on one side of the wall before you begin to work on the other.
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The problem I have is that after a few years the raw edges separate from a he arch. How if I paint a he walls do I mak these edges look neat and tidy
Hi! How about if I have to hung fabric wallpaper? That is really not nice if I let the fabric on the other fabric on the arch's corner. Any good advice? Thanks!
D G Harrison
I have decorated the arch ok but the raw edges Get lifted as people rub past. Can you suggest a way to make them sealed better? a decorator I have spoken to said he can do it using string " but how"
Is it unprofessional to paint the archway between the two papered sides? Won't the mismatched pattern if papered be a distraction?