Clear areas near the walls to be papered. Spread plastic tarps over furniture, counters and floors.
Sand the walls with medium-grit sandpaper to rough up the glossy paint so adhesive can stick. Wipe grit away with a damp sponge and let dry.
Measure and cut pieces of wallpaper to fit in advance. Add six inches to the top and bottom of the measurement to allow for adjusting patterns and an occasional mistake.
Pour sizing into a paint tray, and apply a thin layer to the wall with a roller.
Change rollers and apply a thin layer of wallpaper adhesive to the back of a piece of wallpaper. Place the wallpaper on the wall and smooth it on straight. Between the adhesive and siding, it will slide easily if adjustments are necessary. Use a smoothing brush in long strokes to smooth out air bubbles trapped under the paper.
Trim the excess from top and bottom of the installed wallpaper with a utility knife and metal straight edge. Continue installing each sheet of wallpaper until the room is finished.