Pale Gold Sequin Wallpaper
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Pale Gold Sequin Wallpaper is rated out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dab hands from Looks stunning I'm a professional painter & decorater, been doing my job 20 years & I have to say this paper is one of the best I have ever put up, I've papered a whole house using about 40 rolls & the finish looks stunning. My tips are to use a ready mixed paste as its thicker & in my opinion its better for this paper, use a seam roller for the edges & a thin Stanley knife.
Date published: 2019-11-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by Country girl from Blue and brown dye patches Thought we'd get a better quality product buying direct rather than at £8 per roll with b and q odd rolls. How wrong, we spent a full 2 days cutting blue and brown dye patches out of lengths and patching together as we were forced to use our emergency rolls. Should have Been a one day jjob but we had to fully unroll each length and check the fronts before pasting. running to a tight carpet fitting schedule we have had to live with the odd splodge which has been confirmed by G and B as a printing error, we requested a full refund not accounting for our lost holiday leave and wasted man hours, they refused even though the error was a manufacturing fault and only offered a 50% refund, still costing us a lot more than the b and q end of line ones. Will have difficulty trusting the brand and company again.
Date published: 2019-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Natalia99 from Beautiful paper very elegant & luxurious finish We bought this paper to wallpaper a feature wall in our living room. I wanted a modern look that would be minimal but also catch the eye a little. This paper felt so thick and good quality and I loved the subtle golden glitter effect. Having read some previous reviews from others who bought this paper and never having wallpapered before (!) we decided to watch lots of YouTube videos and scour the internet for advice about hanging thick vinyl paper. The consensus was to get a paste that is designed for vinyls (we chose Solvite) and to add less water. On the packet, Solvite advised 7 litres of water, so we added just 6 litres. This gave us a paste that was very thick and sticky. On the wallpaper instructions, you're advised to let the paste soak in for 10 minutes. We gave each piece a soaking time of 11 minutes for luck! We did one piece at a time very carefully and it took us four hours to hang 2 and a half rolls of wallpaper. The result is stunning. We're so happy with it and it looks beautiful. Very high end and almost leather like. We hung the paper in the evening and the morning after there were quite a few bubbles. 24 hours later the paper has completely dried and it is absolutely perfect. Take your time with this paper and you'll be delighted with the finish.
Date published: 2019-02-15