DUCKS Lake Wallpaper / Return to Innocence

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This wallpaper is classy, like the old English patterns but with a little bit more childish feeling. It goes with both – natural furniture and the white ones. This wallpaper is perfect if you have bed or closet made from dark wood – the contrast on the pattern and the colour of the dark furniture would be just a match in heaven.

Height of ducks on the wallpaper: from 22 cm to 27 cm

    These stripes will fit every standard flat as there is that extra 20 cm of length so that you can cut to the height of your wall. Ordering wallpapers in stripes is faster and simpler. Just measure the wall and order the number of stripes that you need. You won’t need extended professional consultations anymore. Here you can’t go wrong.

    Dimension

    • The wallpaper is divided into stripes:

      • Height: 280 cm
      • Width: 100 cm

    Key Information

    • We produce our wallpapers on a special material that we have been looking for on the market for a very long time. It is a refined paper that beautifully reproduces colours. It is durable, matte and snow-white.

    • The material is certified non-flammable and meets all the requirements of the European Union.

    • The paper is not self-adhesive, therefore we recommend using not solvent based glue to apply it. We especially recommend Flugger 377 glue (this is not an advertisement, we always use this product in our studio to apply wallpaper, hence the recommendation).

    • Before you apply wallpaper and any wall – please thoroughly prime the wall and clean the surface of dust or grease. Our wallpapers can be applied on the walls only after about 20 days from the last painting.

    • The price is for 1 stripe.

    Design brand DEKORNIK 

    "We speak with our clients, listen to suggestions, and design in accordance with ideas of children and adults. We fully stand behind each product and each customer must be 100% satisfied."