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Crown Rimini Geometric Duck Egg Wallpaper - M1162

Crown Rimini Geometric Duck Egg Wallpaper

Product code: M1162

Availability: Special order

Dispatch: 18-11-2019

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  • Specifications


    Product specifications

    Recommended Adhesive: Erfurt Mav Easy Paste
    Adhesive Usage Per Roll: 1kg (On Average)
    Pattern Repeat / Match: 64cm, Straight
    Wallpaper Type: Paper
    Wallpaper Finish: Lightly Textured
    Durability: Spongeable
    Application: Paste the Paper / Check roll Direction before Hanging
    Roll Size: 10m x 53cm Wide
    Roll Coverage: 5.3 Square Metres
    Batch Numbers: Same Batch per Order

    Product description

    The Crown Rimini Geometric Duck Egg Wallpaper is a great way to add colour and character to your home this season. This delightful wallpaper is inspired by retro, geometric designs and is sure to make a welcome addition to any room. The wallpaper is lightly textured and features a bold, all-over geometric design which is reminiscent of the 70s.

    In a gorgeous duck egg blue, the Crown Rimini Geometric Duck Egg Wallpaper is suitable for use throughout a room or as a feature wall. Combine with grey accessories and home furnishings for an on-trend finish.

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    2 Item(s)

    20 July 2017
    Nice on the wall
    This wallpaper is absolutely gorgeous on the wall BUT it's a nightmare to cut. I didn't do the wallpapering, I got a professional in. He followed the instructions that were included and left the paste on for the correct amount of time but found that the paper warped and he couldn't hang it so he just continued doing what he would normally do with paste when he was putting up wallpaper. When he tried to cut it with a stanley knife (new blade) it was fine for a bit but then would tear, he tried scissors but with the same result. He said the the paper seemed good quality, but was terrible for cutting. This mean that some of the edges were a bit raggedy. He has managed to get it up on the wall and it does look great, however the let down was the paper bunching up and tearing when he was trying to cut a straight edge.