I made a decision — it’s the Moby Dick rope trellis for the ceilings of my Mahalo Lounge. I’m going for over-the-top (literally) risky dark-n-stormy you-don’t-need-a-place-to-rest-your-eyes-in-a-tiki-bar epic. But Gulp: Now I need to gear up to hang it all. I’ve hung vintage wallpaper before, but usually $3 rolls found at estate sales and closed wallpaper shops. Now, I paid real money for this stuff. And, I’ve never had to trim seams before. So, I’m consulting Hannah’s Treasure’s How to Hang Vintage Wallpaper instructions here — and will take it slow. Wish me luck! Photo above: From Hannah’s Treasure’s.

  1. Mary Elizabeth says:

    I read the instructions on the Hannah’s web site and agree with everything they say. I have hung a lot of wallpaper, vintage paper to modern vinyl, but never over my head. I think I would end up with more paste in my hair than on the ceiling. Plus, I remember you and climbing and falling. If I were you, I’d bite the bullet and hire a professional. (Pay no attention when he says, “You want me to put this paper where???”)

    1. Pam Kueber says:

      Yes, I am skared. I have my wallpaperer coming in to take a look at the job. And she has done ceilings before, she says!

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