I presume that when printing digital wallpaper that you would leave an overlap between adjacent sheets, is this correct? …. surely you couldn’t easily cut accurately enough to give edges that but up against each other exactly?
So if applying digital wallpapers (glued up not self adhesive) with say a 10mm overlap would you then knife between the overlap to leave flush joints or simply leave the overlap on the finished job?
I am also thinking of the issue with regard to mailing digi wallpapers out to customers, what would you advise them to do?
I’m guessing it’s actual digital wallpaper your looking to use and not the vinyl substitutes. These rolls tend to be 1300 wide and tricky to handle, a professional decorator should be able to work with it ok. In my experience with my customers who print wall paper it’s better to print the 10mm overlap, post off full size and let the professionals do the rest. It will save you a lot of grief if things go wrong,