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Full guidance on measuring your walls.


Paper Types

Everything you need to know about our different paper types.


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Sample size

Sample Size

Choose between standard 8.5x11 inch samples or a jumbo 26x26 inch sample. 

8.5'' x 11''
$4 each | Great for proofing art, color, and comparing paper types.
26'' x 26''
$24 each | The biggest and best visual for pros and large projects.

Select your paper type

Paper Type

Choose between two paper types. Read below for information about each. Feel free to contact us with any questions or if you need assistance choosing a paper type. 

Smooth linen textured, both of our two paper types look and feel exactly the same. The only difference between the two is how they’re stuck to the wall. The “peel-and-stick” simply peels and sticks whereas the “paste-the-wall” needs paste applied. Hence the name, Peel-and-Stick or Paste-the-Wall. In other words, one is like a sticker and the other needs glue.


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No I am NOT Reading 50 Shades of Grey on My Lunch Break

So, we found a new use for scrap vinyl. Everyone has guilty pleasures: things we read, listen to, watch. Things we don’t want ANYONE TO EVER KNOW WE LOVE. We turn off the share option on our Spotify while we jam out to Ace of Base, we close the bedroom door and lock it (even though we’re home alone) while we watch soap operas, we put black vinyl on our books and then use white scraps to create a fake title…wait, what? Okay so it’s a little bit elaborate. But sometimes you work somewhere that sells vinyl. And you see scraps. And you put them on your guilty pleasure book so that no one will know what you’re reading… Right? I mean that’s totally normal!

Jenni and I spent a couple moment this morning trying to disguise my book, we wanted something inconspicuous. This is what we came up with:

Pretty clever, huh? We sure thought so.

What other ingenious ways can you think to use scrap vinyl?? The best idea gets a great big pile sent right to their doorstep. How about it? What would you use it for?

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