In order to size up your mural, we need the width and height of your wall measured at the longest point and excluding any obstacles.
We’ve created some diagrams below to help identify the best way of measuring your wall. If you need any further help or have a particularly complex wall then please feel free to contact us and one of our team will be happy to help.
Always measure the longest and widest parts of the wall, ignoring any slopes or cutaways. To avoid errors made when measuring slopes, we print the mural as a whole rectangle, with the angle to be cut away during installation.
Please ignore any obstacles such as doors, windows or sockets. These will simply be trimmed away during installation. If you would like to see how an obstacle will impact the design of your mural, please feel free to send over some more detailed measurements and we can plot the position to check the design.
When measuring a wall with two slants, please identify and enter the longest height and width only as shown in the diagram.