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facade self-adhesive wallpaper

facade self-adhesive wallpaper
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SKU: 149122

$99.95

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architectural tour. Chicago-based artist/architect Ben Holiday opens a window to the modern world with a photo-realistic view of an urban façade. The vivid reflections, soft shadows and linear fire escape compose a calm against the bustle of NYC. Good news for renters: a self-adhesive backing makes this wallpaper removable.

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facade self-adhesive wallpaper is rated 3.5714 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I would think twice We ordered this product thinking it would be nice to add some non-permanent changes to our 2 piece bathroom. It sounded easy enough in theory, but this purchase was a disaster.1) Not east to apply - Don't be fooled! This stuff isn't easy to apply. Not by a long shot. We cleaned the walls and used a foam roller to get everything on just right, but it took some patience, a lot of patience and probably lots of swearing too. Prepare yourself mentally for this aspect of your purchase.2) Paper isn't consistent - As printed the paper has alignment issues and isn't printed consistently, so we had a difficult time trying to line everything up as we moved across the wall. This may not be a problem with a different print.3) It shrinks - Yep, it shrinks. We ended up with 1/4 inch gaps between each seam after about a month. I doubt overlapping it would help because it would just come "unglued" from the wall.4) Paper's adhesive is not strong enough - Even a week later the paper was rolling and bubbling. It needs constant maintenance to keep it on. I can't reach the ceiling, so it would just hang there as if laughing at me.Anyway, we pulled the paper down after 3 months because of the shrinking and the adhesive issues.
Date published: 2014-07-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cool wallpaper! I purchased this wallpaper a few weeks ago for my bathroom. Very unique with a mid century feel. Professionally installed. Even the light switch plates were covered to add to the bathroom!
Date published: 2014-07-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Contraction Issues and Adhesion Issues I've had this paper on a 1/4 bath wall for three months now. The wall is a smooth, semi-flat painted surface that was cleaned and prepped prior to application. On application there were serious pattern alignment issues, but with patience, got something close to matching lines along adjacent panels. I used a foam roller over the paper with light pressure to assure good adhesion.Fast forward 3 weeks, and the first of the problems appear. The paper began detaching from the wall near the bottom corners of several panels, along the edges of the panels toward the middle of the run, and along the top edges, with the topmost corner (which was the start of the roll) completely separating from the wall. Reapplication of the lifted areas detach again within a day.Now, after three months, the panels all exhibit contraction. There are 1/4" seems between the panels from the paper contracting. This is in a temperature controlled area at a constant 70 degree F.We were lured in by the idea of a self adhesive paper that would not damage our walls. But after the last three months, and us looking to rip it from the wall soon, it was a complete waste of time, effort, and money.Be careful.
Date published: 2014-07-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I love it...but... I would give it five stars but I noticed that after a couple of weeks it shrunk! I would recommend not butting the edges up against one another but overlapping them a bit. These are the only edges that are still looking good, the other edges have pulled away from each other to reveal the color of the wall underneath. I blame the weather/atmosphere, it's changed from when I hung it.
Date published: 2014-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great DIY project! Love this wallpaper. It is so easy to install and you save loads of money as wallpaper installers are so expensive. The paper looks great. Wallpaper is making a comeback but there is a fine line between the 1980s look and a modern paper. This paper is unquestionably modern! Since it is black, white and grey, it is relatively neutral so it doesn't compete with other decorations in my home. I highly recommend this paper.
Date published: 2014-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Versatile! Great stuff, easy to use, and it's not just for walls. I'm covering glass front metal cabinets.Some would know them as mid-century barrister bookcases. It worked well! I see theproduct as having many uses!
Date published: 2014-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to install! Bought this wall paper to put up in an apartment I'm renting and I couldn't be happier! It was easy to put up, seamless, and it will be very easy to remove. I love it in my apartment!
Date published: 2014-03-26