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Old 06-18-2016, 09:06 AM   #1
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How to match up wallpaper?

I have a 2006 275BHS fifth wheel and there was a little water damage under one of the front windows (thanks to the dry fit windows). It has since been repaired but I am left with an 6'x4' area that is white contrast to the wallpaper through out. I called our Jayco dealer to try and order wallpaper to match, but I am told that I am out of luck. Does anyone have any ideas? I could redo all the wall paper in the upper portion but was hoping someone could help with matching existing.
Here is a link to a brochure that shows the wallpaper.

http://www.jerrystrailers.com/fckima...2006_Jayco.pdf

Thanks, Marc
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I have a 2006 275BHS fifth wheel and there was a little water damage under one of the front windows (thanks to the dry fit windows). It has since been repaired but I am left with an 6'x4' area that is white contrast to the wallpaper through out. I called our Jayco dealer to try and order wallpaper to match, but I am told that I am out of luck. Does anyone have any ideas? I could redo all the wall paper in the upper portion but was hoping someone could help with matching existing.
Here is a link to a brochure that shows the wallpaper.

http://www.jerrystrailers.com/fckima...2006_Jayco.pdf

Thanks, Marc
Even if you can find the same pattern, you are dealing with paper that has aged ten years so it likely will have faded to some extent. I'd consider living with it as is or redoing the entire area with something else.

This comes not from experience specifically with RV's but in general with wallpaper and homes. When you buy wallpaper, it's like paint. You get all the rolls your going to need for one room, from the same batch.
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Old 06-18-2016, 12:02 PM   #3
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My parent's, on an older rig, just washed the walls and ceiling. Then painted the interior. It looked really good.
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Old 06-23-2016, 06:57 AM   #4
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Never thought about the fading....or the painting idea for that matter. I have contacted the manufacturer and they do not have the wallpaper. Looks like it is live with it, paint it, or rewallpaper the upper bedroom.


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