wallpaper hanging

How to put up a wallpaper


Add your own touch to a room or office space with colorfully,bold or neutral wallpaper.There so many to chose from,the options are limitless.

One thing our company is well known for are the paper hanging professionals who really help you transform your home or work place.

First you will have to decide the pattern that will fit your space and taste.

Then the wall has to be measured precisely and wallpaper cut to size.

Next step would be applying the adhesive to the wallpaper.

Hanging is the part that takes longest as you have to consider trickier areas like corners,around sockets and door frames.

We also specialize in wallpaper removals,if you feel that your feature wall needs updating please fell free to contact us for quick and easy free quote.



Recent Projects

Some of our recent projects in Central London


How much it typically cost to paint a room

How much it typically cost to paint a room


We receive a lot of emails asking for quotation for painting a room in London.Below I will explain how much you can expect to pay.

First of all we have to assume a few things when giving a quote:the walls wont need stripping,all furniture will be removed from the room or places in the middle of it,only minor repairers will be needed to the existing walls and woodwork.Please make sure that you give all the details about the job-is there a future wall,does the room need plastering,are there any existing wallpapers that need to be removed.In this way you will get more accurate quote.The condition of the wood work is something that also affects the price.You can always email a picture to your tradesmen to help with getting a good quote.The prices do not include materials.VAT is included.

So keeping in mind the above the prices are as follow:

Single room -£220

Double room-£280

Large room/lounge-£350




Hallway or Landing-180


Wallpaper hanging-£10 sq/m or £25 per hour

Skirting/Seals-£4 sq/m

Door frames-£20 per side

Wooden interior doors-£15 per side

Glass panelled doors£-20 per side


Spindles-£4 each

Preparation sanding/filling £20 per hour




Woodwork painting


Painting woodwork


Painting skirting boards, windows and door frames in not particularly popular DIY task. Here we will give you a few tips on how to do it yourself.To pain a skirting board you will need dust sheet, sandpaper, masking tape, appropriate brush and paint .As the skirting boards are located across the base of the wall you will have to carry the work dawn on your knees. Also have to be very careful and protect the carpet and wallpapering-work slowly. First you will have to remove all the furniture that is near the skirting and make enough space for work, then protect the floor by covering it with dust sheet. You will also need a vacuum cleaner to remove all the dust-you do not want to paint over dirty surface. The paint that is used to paint woodwork is oilbased paint. Start painting at the top of the skirting board. Collect a small amount of paint.Move the brush from right to left, and once you have covered a small section of the skirting from the top,  start working from the bottom,then fill in the middle.To pain the door frames and windows you will use the same oilbased paint. Painting a door can be tricky depending on the kind of it. Is it flat panel or raised-panel, does it have any gaps or ornaments. One approach is to paint all the panels first. But this Works only if you cut in carefully. If you get paint on a stile while painting the first couple of panels,the paint may set Up before you’re ready to paint the rest of the stile.For most painters, the best way is to paint the top pair of panels and the stiles, muntins, and rails around them. Then move to the next lower pair of panels.For painting window frames use blue painter’s tape to tape the edges of the wall where they meet the edges of the trim.Stir the paint thoroughly with a stir stick. Always stir the paint before you use it or you will get uneven color.When applying the paint first remove the extra paint from the brush by wiping the bristles against the side of the can. You do not want to overload the brush.Avoid touching any woodwork that has been freshly painted-this will ruin the finished look and all your hard efforts.






Painting and Maintenance


Hanover Square

When you decide to refresh or change the colors in your home or work place there a few things you have to take in consideration.

First you have to choose the right paint. Nowadays there are hundreds of shades and colors to suit every taste. Here we are using Dulux Concrete Grey(always be sure to get high quality paint  as this will affect the final result and in the long run investing in more expensive materials proves to be the best option).

How often to paint the interior of your house or office? It really depends on how much wear and tear there is. Most of the time public spaces and buildings need to be repainted more often. They get busy and often cracks and dents, scuffs and marks appear on the walls. If the paint that has been used is high quality washable paint these walls can be washed occasionally. This way using qualitative materials will save money on repainting. Other places that require high maintenance are the kitchens, toilets and laundry rooms. Most durable paint should be used in these areas of your house. For the best choice of materials you could always ask your local tradesmen or contact a professional painting company that will give you accurate advice and help you to make the right decisions.

Very often doors, skirting board, ceiling and windows are painted separately as they would require different type of paint and painting technique. We will show you some wood painting in our next post.



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