"I never realized all that‘s involved in wallpapering a room!” is a comment made by many homeowners. Julie Young, the Wallpaper Lady, is committed to using the materials, following the steps, and taking the time to do the job right.
Look below to take a photo tour of some of the components of the wallpapering process.
The Wallpaper Lady arrives.
Julie’s magic box of tricks.
Drop cloths protect client’s floor.
Air registers, outlet covers, etc. must be removed so paper can go behind.
Before new wallpaper can go up, the old paper must come down.
Mildew must be treated and sealed, hole in drywall must be taped and floated, before wallpaper can go up.
Textured walls must be smoothed or bumps will show under the new paper.
Skim-floating the wall, to smooth it.
Plastic sheeting keeps client’s home free of sanding dust.
"We are beyond Thrilled with your work! I cannot thank you enough for doing such a flawless job on our bathrooms! The powder bath is so bright and fits the charm of the home perfectly! Now I’m itching for a new mirror and vanity in that bathroom to make it perfect. I look forward to bragging about you to all my friends. Thank you again! " - C. & R. B (Heights)
"Our walls had irregularities, bumps, and horrible texture that Julie said would look bad under the paper. She put in some really physical work, and got the walls perfectly smooth. The finished room looked fantastic." - D.S. (Sugarland)
"You’re organized and professional. You have a good aura about you, and as soon as I met you, I knew you would do a good job. I haven’t even looked at the price yet, but it’s not that important. I know I don’t want anyone else to do the work." - V.T. (West University Place)