✓a stunning splash back in 3D hexagon tiles and looks like real tiles is vinyl?
✓the rustic embossed wood grain oak benchtop is vinyl?
✓that those amazing Moroccan floor tiles in the hallway are vinyl?
✓the white subway tiles in the bathroom is a vinyl wallpaper?
✓that the embossed frosted glass is in fact a vinyl window film and not real glass?
Let us inspire you of where to use our premium DIY products and then you can get creative yourself. You'll most likely fool your visiting family and friends that you've undertaken an expensive renovation when in fact you've cleverly:
1. given your existing units a longer lifetime just resurfacing them to a new modern look
2. saved costs for demolition and removalsaved costs on tradies
3. saved costs on not buying new units
4. reused your items instead of adding to the landfill.
How to calculate how much material is required for your project
Appliance: 2m/1.5m x 67.5cmFridge, dishwasher, washing machine
Bathroom Vanity: 2 x 45cm x 2mSmall single vanity with two doors and two side panels
Bench top: 67.5cm x 2mStandard bench top 1.8m long x 60cm wide
Chest of Drawers: 3 x 45cm x 2m3 large drawers outside dimensions max D: 40cm, H: 90cm, W: 90cm
Dining Table: 90cm x 2.1m1.8m/2m long and up to 85cm wide
Kitchen Cupboards: 67.5cm x 15mMedium sized: 2 tall cupboards, 6 small cupboards and 3 side panels and kick-boards
Calculate the surface you need to cover. This is easiest done by splitting each surface into sections as per the picture below. You will find that our product listing says how much each pack will cover. We recommend adding a minimum of 10% extra for wastage. Larger tiles often require more wastage.
Calculate the surface you need to cover. This is easiest done by splitting each surface into rectangular sections. Each pack covers 1m2. We recommend adding a minimum of 10% extra for wastage.
Read our FAQ page so that you are clear on what adhesive you require
Read the product description so that you are aware of which way the design goes
Some rolls are available in 4m and others in 20m. All rolls are 67.cm wide
The short rolls are ideal for a splash back and the 20m rolls for larger walls
Measure the height x length of your wall (e.g. 2.4m x 1.7m)Divide the height by 0.675m (e.g. 2.4m / 0.675m = 3.56 strips
This means you will need 4 strips that are 1.7m long
You will need 2 rolls x 4m.
Measure the height and width of the window
Read the product description carefully so that you know which way the design goes
Most of our window film rolls are 1.5m long and 45cm, 67.5cm or 90cm wide.
If one roll isn't enough to cover the entire window, the film can in most cases be butt joined with a second roll. Please note that for most of our film the entire window doesn't need to be covered. It can also be nice to build up panels leaving a small gap between.