When we took on the basement remodel project last year, my primary goal was to design the space so it felt like it was an extension of the rest of our house. It needed to feel comfortable and warm, while also feeling light and bright.
This paper was theoretically easy to install, because it didn't require wallpaper paste. I measured the wall from top to bottom, and cut a strip leaving a few extra inches at the top and the bottom. I then rolled up the strip, and soaked it in a bucket of water (per directions). I then took a large sponge and wet the wall where I would be applying the strip. I then took the strip and stuck it to the wall (the water activates the glue on the back of the strip). The tricky part was getting each of the strips to line up next to each other so the pattern wasn't disrupted. Before cutting each piece, I had to pay careful attention to where I needed the design to start. The extra inches at the top and bottom allowed me to make small adjustments, and make a clean cut with an exacto knife.
I'm very happy with the wallpaper, and the overall room turned out great -