Floral Ornament Wallpaper by Mind The Gap
A beautiful hand coloured wallpaper design showing detailed leaves and branches of a secular oak tree. The beauty of this stylish design comes by the richness of the green shades. Available in three colour option - a light green duotone, full coloured and neutral.
Floral Ornament is part of the The Transylvanian Manor collection, a love letter to Transylvania's romantic heritage and history. Telling the story of sixteenth century Hungarian nobility living in Bethlen Castle, the collection reimagines the legends and tales whispered along the castle's walls and corridors. The new collection consists of 19 patterned Wallpapers with matching velvets and linens available (please enquire for fabric details)
Roll Length 3 Metres NOTE: Sold in sets of 3 rolls/box giving coverage of up to 4.64sqm
Application Method PASTE THE WALL
Substrate NON WOVEN
Delivery Time: Please allow up to 15 days for delivery but it may be available quicker.
Mind The Gap wallpapers are made in Transylvania, using only FSC Grade wallpaper substrate produced from sustainable managed forest. The inks are odourless, with a very high durability being certified to comply with the Nordic Swan Environmental Standard.
All our wallpapers are made on new generation non-woven substrate. Printed with eco-friendly inks, MINDTHEGAP wallpaper are easy to install on any wall type.
When hanging the wallpaper, apply the ready-mix adhesive paste on the wall and hang the strips one by one by butting the edges together. The adhesive allows for a while moving the wallpaper strips, so that the wallpaper pattern continues correctly from one strip to another.
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