If you’re surrounded by the same four walls, make them beautiful with this hand painted design inspired by vintage barkcloth. Sophisticated tones with pops of chartreuse are balanced perfectly so you don’t end up climbing the walls.
All you need to know about Climbing The Walls Mauve:
- Our rolls are Straight repeat - making instillation easy
- Non-woven parchment
- Ready trimmed and digitally printed
- Designed and printed in the UK
- Eco-friendly packaging
- Each roll measures 70cm x 10 m
- Climbing The Walls is paste-to-wall with instructions included within wrapping.
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How much do I need?
We recommend you using a wallpaper calculator to work out how much you'll need. We have linked one here for you!
Please note when using the wallpaper calculator, "pattern repeat" is the width of the wallpaper roll. For Climbing the walls the pattern repeat is 70cm.
Walls should be dry, clean and even with any old wallpaper or loose paint removed. For best results we recommend that walls are cross lined using a good quality lining paper.
Pasting and Hanging
This is a paste the wall product meaning that the wall should be pasted not the paper. Good quality, solvent free, fungicide protected ready mixed 'tub' adhesive should be used.
Detailed instructions on how to apply, paste and hang are included when you buy any of our rolls.
Each roll comes wrapped in a thin protective layer of plastic as well as being wrapped carefully in our branded tissue by our packing team. They are then bubble wrapped and placed securely in a cardboard box.
We ship all our orders with DPD. This is a tracked and signed service allowing you to know where all your order is at all times!
Delivery costs are calculated by the size and weight of the items in your order and confirmed at the checkout.
We aim to get all your orders out within 3-5 working days, but this will vary at peak times.
I need help!
If you have any other questions please don't hesitate to drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org