Truly opulent Polka Steel Bead emanates pure luxury. Beautiful light reflecting, crystal like beads embellish luxurious blue metallic textured paper. This design features large beaded polka dots that are perfect for all four walls.
This wallcovering is a specialist beaded product and therefore needs careful and considered application.
We recommend using cloths or dust sheets, as free beads can become attracted to materials and surfaces through static.
There will always be a certain percentage of loose beads so this is normal. However, loose beads can cause hazards to flooring or furniture surfaces, so we recommend continuous cleaning throughout hanging.
To achieve an even appearance, never allow wallpaper paste to get onto the beaded surface of the wallcovering.
Do not use a cloth or wallpaper smoother to wipe over the beaded surface, use a clean soft roller, working from the centre to the edges of the paper to expel air bubbles.
After hanging 2-3 lengths, inspect the result. No claim for hanging costs can be accepted once more than one roll is hung.
For best result, maximum care and minimal handling is needed.
All of our wallpapers are double rolls (approx 56 square feet).
All of our paints are mixed to order and as such are non-returnable. Returns are also not accepted on any wallpaper samples, paint tester pots and bespoke murals. For full details, please view our Returns information.
7-10 business days Free on orders over CA$ 150
Samples are shipped free of charge via USPS Mail Innovations and can take 1-2 days to process and 7-10 business days to be received.
Bespoke Murals will take up to 10-15 business days for printing, processing and shipping.
Rated 5 out of
Stand outThis wallpaper stands out on wall got for bedroom feature wall stunning
Date published: 2021-02-26
Rated 5 out of
Beautiful wallpaperWe have done lots of decorating over the 43 years we have been married. My husband put this up a couple of weeks ago and have to say it looks stunning and he said it is the easiest wallpaper he has ever put up - paste the wall - why didn't anyone think of doing that before?