1. 1. Wallpaper would be pasted on the red line where the two beams cross each other
  2. 2. Once pasted, measure the remaining width of the uneven area
  3. 3. With the wallpaper folded up, cut it to the remaining wall width with an excess if 10 cm.

  4. 4. Remove the pasted wallpaper side tape
  5. 5. Make a slack on the left side and stick it to the point where the beams intersect
  6. 6. For the use of plain wallpaper, overlap about 4cm and paste it. For the use of patterned wallpaper, make sure to align the pattern or design

  7. 7. Press the loose wallpaper and push the wallpaper firmly in the corner
  8. 8. Find the lower corner of the upper beam with your finger
  9. 9. After the wallpaper is aligned, cut diagonally up with the cutter/penknife so that the beam is not scratched

  10. 10. Paste and cut diagonally downward from the lower corner of the lower beam
  11. 11. If the corner of the beam is curved, cut it to the shape of the beam (refer to the picture)
  12. 12. Paste to the bottom of the beam. Do not permanently stick below the beam just yet!

  13. 13. Cut off the excess with a cutter or scissors
  14. 14. From the top, make extra creases with a smoothing brush/tool
  15. 15. Under the beams, align the wallpaper and push the wallpaper firmly along the corners with a smoothing brush/tool


    1. 16. Line the tool against the wallpaper and cut the excess with the cutter
    2. 17. Separate the wallpaper once under the beam
    3. 18. Extend the slack under the beam and push it into the place where it was separated so as not to open the gap


    1. 19. Lay the wallpaper to the bottom of the beam and remove excess
    2. 20. Sharpen penknife/cutter so that the cut is seamless
    3. 21. Then trim the joint if using Japanese wallpaper or when necessary (Optional)

  1. 22. If the corner is curved, cut it to the front of the curve
  2. 23. When it gets close to the curve, move the tool and cutter at the same time and cut
  3. 24. The lower joint is cut from the wall, towards you

  4. 25. Do the same for the under the beam (Optional)
  5. 26. Remove the excess wallpaper that has been trimmed. Remove corners carefully, as it is easy to break at corners
  6. 27. Crimp the joint with the joint roller

  7. 29. Use a sponge to wipe off any deposits on the ceiling or beams
  8. 30. A perfect wallpaper completed!