Le papier peint Baroque Bead Platinium irradie d'une élégance intemporelle. Créé en studio, chaque composant a fait l'objet d'une sélection spécifique pour obtenir une version moderne du modèle classique traditionnel.Son papier fibreux à l'aspect argenté s'orne de perles de cristal se déployant dans un enroulement d'arabesque. Chaque composant de ce design disperse une lumière naturelle spectaculaire créant une allure sophistiquée des plus magnifique.
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Tous nos papiers peints écologiques sont fabriqués en papier certifié FSC provenant de forêts gérées de manière responsable. Nous utilisons des encres à base d'eau, sans produits chimiques nocifs. Ces produits sont livrés dans nos emballages 100 % recyclables, fabriqués à partir de sources 100 % durables.
Rated 5 de
Michelle Chant par
Not for amateurs but worth the investmentLove this paper, so timeless and elegant. I read the reviews so made sure I got a professional to install and made sure they read the instructions. The result is breathtaking. We have a feature wall in our bedroom and in our entrance.
Date de publication: 2022-10-10
Rated 3 de
Not worth the extortionate priceColour not as expected. Beads look like glitter. Glad I ordered a sample as was very disappointed.
Date de publication: 2022-09-27
Rated 4 de
Teddy K par
Luxury wallpaper at luxury price. Is it WORTH it?I never put up wallpaper before. I saw this up in a beauty spa once and had to have it in my home. That being said, after looking online on how to install wallpaper, I learned beaded wallpaper was the mecca master level of wallpapers to install. I am happy to say, after my first time installing wallpaper by myself and hours of YouTube videos, our bathroom looks nothing short of 'spectacular'. You can do it too, just takes lots of patience and be sure you have all the tools needed. A T-square for 90 degree cuts, seam roller, extra seam glue, dry brush roller, etc etc.. You will definitely need seam paper glue with this one for the corners and edges to stick. So grab some at your hardware store along with the wallpaper glue. The GB website recommended me 9 wallpaper rolls for 290 sq feet, In actuality I only needed 4, you can get three strips per roll if you measure right with the repeat on the design. Its always good to have extra I guess, but I didn't waste a foot of it and lined it all up perfectly, so saved a lot. Glue the wall first, VERY WELL. Every inch. Especially where the seams are going to be. Use a pencil and mark where each piece lays on the wall. The secret is to put up the wallpaper to the wall several times while dry; making sure you have it marked right before you cut and then lay it on after the wall is wet with glue. Use a seam roller or better yet a dry roller to go over the wallpaper to get the air bubbles out without ruining the beads. MAKE SURE you get those air bubbles out before you let dry. Look at the wallpaper from the sides and from different angles after its on the wall. The bubbles will be about baseball size so they're easy to spot. Don't go to sleep without the strips being on the wall without bubbles because you will regret it in the morning. Take your time and do it right. It's thick paper, so it wont wrinkle and one person can handle it, however i really recommend two people work it together. Its expensive so go online and see if any sales before purchasing or codes you can use at checkout. All this however in my opinion is worth it, now we get nothing but compliments from guests that use the vanity room. It took me 3 days alone to finish a small vanity bathroom, with no prior experience. Plan accordingly, but like I said you can do it with YouTube videos on beaded wallpaper install and patience. Good luck and God bless!