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Chrysathemums Feature Wallcovering

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Welcome the beauty of the outdoors into your indoor space with this Japanese art and design wall paper.

Wallpaper Chrysathemums

£150.00

Size (cm): 900×52
Ref: MPH-WP20320
Weight: 1.0 kg

More than 10 available, for shipping on 22 Dec 2019

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Wallpaper Chrysathemums Yellow

£150.00

Size (cm): 900×52
Ref: MPH-WP20321
Weight: 1.0 kg

More than 10 available, for shipping on 22 Dec 2019

QTY

Chrysathemums Feature Wallcovering

Welcome the beauty of the outdoors into your indoor space with this Japanese art and design wall paper.
About

A beautiful evocation of traditional Japanese block-print art , this wallpaper is sure to be an eye-catching addition to any room.

This wallpaper is easy to apply - simply paste the wall and then apply the wall paper to the wall. Wipe with damp cloth to remove excess paste.

Instructions are included. See our wallpaper hanging tips page for tips on how to hang wallpaper yourself.

Product Specification
Width Per Strip 52cm
Drop Per Strip 3m
No. Of Strips Per Box 3
Repeat Pattern 52 x 70cm
Material Digitally printed paper, non-woven
Application Paste to wall, use paste suitable for non-woven wallpaper
Maintenance Washable with soft cloth
Delivery Information

Availability



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Costs

• UK Express Delivery £6.50
• Range of delivery options available including FREE click and collect.
• See Delivery FAQ's for more information.
• Please note the order cut off times for next day and weekend deliveries (generally noon).

Returns

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