To figure out how much wallpaper you will need, you will need to figure out the square footage of your wall. Try using this calculator from Better Homes and Gardens: http://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/advice/measuring-materials/square-footage-calculator/. The square footage of the wallpaper is as follows:

20" X 8' - 13.36 sq ft

20" X 16' - 26.72 sq ft

20" X 25' - 41.75 sq ft

20" X 48' - 80.16 sq ft

20" X 96' - 160. 32 sq ft

Finally, match your square footage to the next highest wallpaper square footage and go!

Not sure this will work for you? Think about it this way:

The wallpaper is 20" (1.67 feet) wide (across) so you need to figure out the length of your wall, say for example it is 100 inches (8.3 ft) long. Then you need to divide the length of the wallpaper (20") into the length of your wall (in this example it's 100") to see how many times you will need the pattern to repeat across the top. In this example you will need 5 strips of wall paper (100" divided by 20"). If your wall is 6 feet tall, then you will need 5 sets of wall paper that are 6 feet in length. This means that you will need a total of 30 feet of wall paper. So you should order the 20" x 48' option so that you can cover the entire wall. You can check this by figuring out the square footage. Plug your dimensions into the calculator 8.3 ft x 6 ft. which gives you 49.8 sq ft. More than 41.75 and less than 80.16 means you have selected the correct option. Easy as Pi, right?

Want to see it on paper? Try this:

Please note that wallpaper cannot be returned or exchanged as it is all made to order and therefore considered a custom item.

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