Wallpapering the wall behind the fireplace

Wallpapering the wall behind the fireplace

The choice of the method of wallpapering the wall behind the fireplace depends on the shape and size of its shelf. If the fireplace shelf covers the entire width of the flue pipe (possibly it is shorter on both sides by approx 2,5 cm), treat the wall above the shelf and below the shelf as two separate areas. Przyklej arkusz pod sufitem i przytnij równo nad półką. Then hang the lower half of the length, butt jointing, remembering, that it will fall out at eye level.
If the fireplace shelf only occupies part of the smoke duct, hang the sheet completely. Glue the top of the sheet to the wall, then cut it along the contours of the fireplace casing, using sharp scissors for more intricate cuts. Brush the wallpaper with a brush.
Make an effort when wallpapering the smoke pipe, so that the connectors fall out on the side, perpendicular to the main wall, side.

Cutting out the contours
Use scissors for more complicated cuts.
Connectors.
Do your best, to place the couplings on the side wall on the flue pipe.

WALL PAINTING BEHIND THE CALORIFER
Some heaters can be tilted, most are, however, permanently attached. You can remove the entire radiator for wallpaper or try to stuff the wallpaper behind it.
Cut the slits for the mounting lugs, then tuck the end of the sheet behind the heater. If the sheet is sticking out from under the heater, butt the slits together and cut them evenly at the skirting board.