make sure you start with enough wallpaper to allow for an occasional mistake. Measure the height of your walll. Allow an extra 5cm (2 inches) for trimming. Roll out the wallpaperand note where you have to cut it. Carefully cut the paper using a box cutter or stanley knifeagainst a steel ruler or large spirit leveller. Roll out more wallpaper and match the pattern. Cut thewallpaper and discard the unmatched portion. Continue measuring, matching and cutting the wallpaper until you have all the pieces to completeyour feature wall. Mark points vertically along your wall so that as you are hanging the wallpaper, you can check tomake sure it's in a straight line. Step 4. Apply the Adhesive Use a paint roller to liberally apply the paste to the back of the wallpaper, from top to bottom. Afteryou have applied the paste, fold the wallpaper in on itself and again until it is only 30cm or sowide. Put it in a large plastic garbage bag and set it aside for 30 minutes to allow the paste toabsorb into the wallpaper. Continue with each strip of wallpaper. Keep folding the wallpaper until itis a size that will comfortably fit in a plastic bag or garbage bag. Remove the air from the plasticbag and seal it to help prevent the wallpaper from drying out as it will be some time before you'reready to hang the final strip. After you have waited the requisite time for your paste to set, apply the glue to the wall in a borderaround where the edge of the wallpaper will be. Use the pencil marks you made earlier to guideyou. Your border should be about 10cm (3 to 4 inches) wide. Step 5. Hang the Wallpaper Start at the top and we usually work from left to right. Don't forget your extra 5cm (2 inch) trim atthe top! Use your hands and soft sponge to smooth the wallpaper against the wall. Then use aplastic lathe to lightly smooth the wallpaper and remove the air bubbles and excess paste. Use themarks on the wall to make sure you're hanging the wallpaper in a straight line. Use a soft cloth to remove any excess glue from the edges. Match the wallpaper edges exactly. If you find there is a small gap between each wallpaper strip,work from the centre of the strip and gently massage the wallpaper in the direction of the gap. Useyour hands or a special wallpaper roller. Do the same from the other side. It is important to smooth the surface of the wallpaper while it is still damp from the paste to ensureall air bubbles are removed. Keep removing the excess glue, too and keep an eye on any airbubbles that may arise as the paste dries. When you have hung each strip, cut off the excess trim at the top and bottom. After you've cleaned up, it's time to step back and admire your handy work!