QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Where does Bijoux Paper come from?
We hand paint and prepare all of our papers
and “jewels” at our studio in Miami,
Do we accept orders for custom colors and
Yes we do, as long as you give us the color
chip from a paint manufacturer or from a
sample book. For custom designs we need the
How many square feet do we need?
You have to multiply the height by the width
of the wall you are planning on using the
paper on. You must realize there is always a
waste when you are installing paper. Keep in
mind we always ship 10% over the order at no
cost to you. Even so, you must make sure of
your measurements in order to have the full
amount of paper from the same batch. Even
using the same paint all the time there
could be a slight variation from the paint
manufacturer. That is why we encourage you
to ask for a bit more. Those extra pieces
will eventually come in handy in case you
need to make repairs. Depending on the
technique used for installing the paper the
amounts of paper needed will vary. If you
are placing the modular papers in an
asymmetrical block pattern or even the
regular blocks you will need approximately
30 to 35% more paper than the wall
measurements. With rolls you are advised to
always have a minimum 15%-20% extra for waste.
Our Wall panels can be customized.
They measure from 12” x 12” up to 4´x 8´ and
can be made customized to your size specs.
How durable are the papers?
These papers are durable and resistant to
normal wear and tear.
Who can install Bijoux Papers?
Usually designers have good installers that
can use our products without any problem. If
you want to do it yourself you can. We
provide instructions on how to do it and we
advise you of the proper adhesive and wall
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Where can we use Bijoux Papers?
In any flat surface you wish, walls,
furniture, columns or other surfaces you wish to
cover. If it is a shiny surface you must
first sand it in order for it to have
“tooth” for the treatments. Walls should be
fairly smooth. If need be, fill holes or
grooves with drywall mud and sand. Use as
many applications as you need in order to
smooth out the surface.
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