We offer samples for all of our wallpapers. We highly recommend ordering a sample first to check colours. While our wallpaper photography is color matched to each product, colors can vary on different computer screens. Please note our samples are pre-cut and intended for color matching purposes, so while they should contain all the colors of the pattern, they likely will not include full a repeat.
Samples of existing colour ways are sent free of charge, for up to 5 samples. If you require more please email us for a quote. To order samples please email us with your postage address and what samples you are after.
If you are wanting a bespoke colour way, there is $60 fee per strike off, which is redeemable towards your final order. To learn more about our bespoke colour matching service, please click here.
Placing your Order
Orders can be placed by telephone or email. We will need your contact details and the delivery address and contact number. An invoice will be emailed to you once we have received your order request. The order will be processed once payment has been received. All wallpapers are printed to order, so please allow 2 weeks turn around time.
How much to order
Please don't hesitate to contact us with the wall dimensions (height and width) of each wall you'd like to cover with wallpaper and we can calculate how many wallpaper rolls you'll need. It can be a bit complicated to figure out and we're very happy to help!
1. Measure your walls - make sure you have an accurate measurement of height and width of the portion of the wall you'll be covering. Sometimes it helps to draw a rough sketch to use while you do your calculations.
2. Divide the wall width by the width of the wallpaper (our wallpaper is 70cm wide). This will tell you how many drops you will need.
3. Divide the height of the wall by the repeat of the wallpaper design (our repeats vary from 37cm to 79.9cm, so be sure to check the product measurements). This works out how many repeats.
4. Times the number of repeats by the repeat of the wallpaper design
5. Times the answer to No. 4 by the number of drops you will need (No.2) and round up to the nearest 10.