Hanging traditional wallpaper in a room with sloping ceilings can be a bit challenging, but it can be done with careful planning and technique. Start by measuring the length and width of the ceiling at its widest point, and cut the wallpaper to size, leaving a few extra inches for trimming. Apply paste to the back of the wallpaper, and carefully position it on the ceiling, smoothing out any bubbles or wrinkles with a wallpaper brush or roller. Use a sharp utility knife or scissors to trim the excess paper along the edges, and carefully match any seams to ensure a seamless look. It may be helpful to use a plumb line or level to ensure the wallpaper hangs straight on sloping walls.

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