Living Waters wallpaper - Charcoal/Amber
- Comprising of: 1x single roll 10m
- Single roll dimension: W: 52cm X L: 10m
- Pattern repeat: 104cm
- Match: Half drop (52cm)
- Hanging method: Paste the wall
- Non-woven paper
USA: Single roll: 20.5“ X 11yd
Match: Half drop (20.5“)
Carefully calculate the amount of wallpaper required and get some hanging advise from a decorator when needed. If you have any doubt about colourmatch please order a sample or get in touch with us.
Hanging: Prior to hanging your wallpaper please refer to the application instructions that comes with the wallpaper. A good quality, solvent free ready mixed wallpaper paste should be used, which needs to be applied directly to the walls. For detailed information please see our "Wallpaper Guide".
Environmental Impact: It is of great importance to us that our wallpapers, which reflect the variety and beauty of nature, are sustainably produced in Britain with minimal environmental impact. Therefore we do not support the production of vinyl wallpapers (PVC plastic) due to its toxic environmental impact. Our prints are non-wovens, which have a significantly lower carbon footprint. They are produced in Lancashire, North West England, on FSC certified papers.
Wallpapers we do not have in stock can take up to 3-4 weeks to be produced and ready to be shipped. The delivery within the UK is free. For EU and oversee deliveries the shipping cost depends on the country, however, we do not charge for shipping on orders over GBP 500.-
Returns: Unused items can be sent back within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Wallpaper rolls can only be returned if unpacked. Please note that custom sized panels ordered by square metre are produced for your wall measurements only and are not returnable unless agreed to be faulty.
Colour: Blend of charcoal, amber, rust, ivory and sand.
Collection: Living waters is part of the collection Sea in Bloom, which is inspired by the deep oceans and its colourful inhabitants. These surrealistic patterns telling about the beauty and fragility of marine life.