Wallpaper - These dimensions have the roles

Most wallpapers are available on standardized roll sizes of 53 centimeters wide and a roll length of 10.05 meters. But some special wallpapers are traded in different sizes. Which role sizes are there, we show here.

Paper wallpaper is standard

The dimensions of a paper wallpaper correspond to the standard of 53 centimeters and the roll length of 10.05 meters. At a standard room height of about 2.45 meters you get about four lanes and has little waste.

However, today most of the rooms are significantly higher and the wallpapers are therefore only enough for three panels, which can make wallpapering considerably more expensive. In addition, one must still pay attention to the pattern offset, if one has selected a pattern wallpaper.

Raspberry wallpaper in different lengths

Raubasertete also has usually the usual width, but there are also rolls that are 75 or 105 inches wide. The length of the rollers can be very different.

  • 10.05 meters
  • 20.00 meters
  • 25.00 meters
  • 33.5 meters
  • 125.00 meters large roll

Special cases with wallpaper sizes

Special wallpapers are available in different sizes, which you must know when calculating the amount of sheets.

However, these are usually wallpapers, which should be glued anyway only by a particularly experienced handyman or a professional. They are very expensive and demanding when wallpapering.

  • Silk wallpaper - widths 53, 75, 90 centimeters - roll lengths 7.5 / 10.05 meters
  • Textile wallpaper - widths 53, 75, 90 centimeters - roll lengths 7.5 / 10.05 meters
  • Metallic effect wallpaper - widths 53, 75, 90 centimeters - roll lengths 7.5 / 10.05 meters

Tips & Tricks

Look carefully, which wallpaper you choose. When calculating the required lanes you should always plan for about five centimeters overhang per lane and not forget the pattern offset.

Roughly speaking, two sheets of wallpaper in standard width are required per meter of wall. So you can easily determine the required amount.

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