Which wallpaper should you choose? See our comparison chart.

Our traditional wallpaper has a subtle leathered texture, matte finish, is paste-activated and is highly durable. Not only is it PVC-free and certified by the Forest Stewardship Council like our other wallpapers, it is resistant to mold, mildew and water.

  • $7.37 per linear foot ($6.64 with designer discount)
  • Roll dimension (installed): 24" W x 27' L
  • Untrimmed dimensions: 25" W x 27' L
  • Paste required and professional paper installer recommended
  • Eco-friendly, Type II wall covering, Class A fire-rated, PVC-free and Forest Stewardship Council certified
  • Mold and mildew resistant

Recommended for environments subject to wear and tear, from playrooms and bathrooms to restaurants and office spaces.

What is a Type II wallcovering? Type II wallcoverings are compliant with a durability standard for commercial wallcoverings. Criteria include scrubbability, stain resistance, flame spread, color fastness, abrasion resistance, and more. Testing is conducted according to the Type II ASTM F793 standard and test procedures. The American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM) established the standard with input from the Wallcovering Association. Type II is often a requirement when specifying wallcoverings.

How much wallpaper should I buy? Each wallpaper roll covers approximately 36-40 square feet once trim and pattern repeat are factored in, but this can vary depending on wall height, design scale, and other factors.

  • Pebble wallpaper is sold in "double rolls" each measuring 27 feet long.
  • Since every order is custom printed, it is important to ensure you order an accurate number of rolls. Remember to give yourself a little wiggle room in your estimate as color can vary slightly between print runs.

Follow these steps for:

Imperial Measurement (inches and feet)

 

1. Take the measurements of the wall(s) you will be covering.

For our example we have two walls. One is 142" W x 108” H, and the other: 76" W x 108” H

 

2. Determine the number of panels you'll need.

  • Add the widths of all the walls you are planning to cover
  • Divide that number by the width of the roll of paper, 24" (2')
  • Round this number to the next whole number. This is the number of panels.

Example: 142” + 76” = 218”; 218” divided by 24" = 9.08 panels; rounded: 10

 

3. Find the vertical repeat of your design.

You will find the vertical repeat on the design preview page of every wallpaper design. Scroll down from the top of the page to the “WALLPAPER DETAILS” box on the left and Click “+ More”. The first line of information is the vertical repeat measurement. (see screenshot below)

Example: 10.3" vertical repeat of the design

SS_Pebble_Repeat_Image.png

 

4. Find the number of vertical repeats on one roll of Pebble.

Each roll of Pebble Wallpaper is 324" (27') long. Divide 324" by the vertical repeat from Step 3.

Example: 324” divided by 10.3” = 31.5 repeats per roll

 

5. Find the number of vertical repeats for one panel on the wall.

  • Add 5" to the height of your installation wall (Step 1) for the height of each panel
  • Divide this panel height by the vertical repeat of the design
  • Round this number to the next whole number. This are the repeats per panel

Example: 108” + 5” = 113”; 113” divided by 10.3” = 10.97; rounded: 11

 

6. Find the number of panels one roll of Pebble will cover.

Divide the number of vertical repeats per roll (Step 4) by the number of vertical repeats per panel (Step 5). Do NOT round.

Example: 31.5 divided by 11 = 2.9 panels per double roll

 

7. Calculate the number of double rolls you will need to order.

Divide the total number of panels needed (Step 2) by the number of panels covered by one roll of Pebble (Step 6) and round up to the nearest whole number.

Example: 10 divided by 2.9 = 3.4 rolls. Rounded: 4 rolls

 

8. Order 4 rolls of this paper

 

Metric Measurement

 

1. Take the measurements of the wall(s) you will be covering.

For this example we will be installing wallpaper on two walls. One is 360 cm W x 270 cm H, and the other: 220 cm W x 270 cm H

 

2. Determine the number of panels you'll need.

  • Add the widths of all the walls you are planning to cover
  • Divide that number by the width of the roll of paper, 61 cm
  • Round this number to the next whole number. This is the number of panels

Example: 360 cm + 220 cm = 580 cm; 580 cm divided by 61 cm = 9.51 panels; rounded: 10

 

3. Find the vertical repeat of your design.

You will find the vertical repeat on the design preview page of every wallpaper design. Scroll down from the top of the page to the “WALLPAPER DETAILS” box on the left and Click “+ More”. The first line of information is the vertical repeat measurement. (see screenshot below)

Example: 61.21 cm vertical repeat of the design

Metric_Vertical_Repeat.png

4. Find the number of vertical repeats on one roll of Pebble.

Each roll of Pebble Wallpaper is 1000 cm (10 m) long. Divide 1000 cm by the vertical repeat from Step 3.

Example: 1000 cm divided by 61.21 cm = 16.34 repeats per roll

 

5. Find the number of vertical repeats for one panel on the wall.

  • Add 12 cm to the height of your installation wall (from Step 1) to determine the height of each panel
  • Divide this panel height by the vertical repeat of the design
  • Round this number to the next whole number. This are the repeats per panel

Example: 270 cm + 12 cm = 282 cm; 282 cm divided by 61.21 cm = 4.61; rounded: 5

 

6. Find the number of panels one roll of Pebble will cover.

Divide the number of vertical repeats per roll (from Step 4) by the number of vertical repeats per panel (from Step 5). Do NOT round.

Example: 16.34 divided by 5 = 3.27 panels per double roll

 

7. Calculate the number of double rolls you will need to order.

Divide the total number of panels needed (from Step 2) by the number of panels covered by one roll of Pebble (from Step 6) and round up to the nearest whole number.

Example: 10 divided by 3.27 = 3.06 rolls. Rounded: 4 rolls

 

8. Order 4 rolls of this paper

 

Installation - Pebble Wallpaper

Cleaning - Use warm water and a mild soap on a clean cloth or sponge to remove any dirt or stains from the wallcovering. Dry immediately with a soft, lint-free towel. Please avoid using solvent based cleaning agents.