Our Artist Made paste the paper wallpaper is perfect for adding personality to any interior space. With a story behind every design, your walls are instantly transformed into adventurous tales. Printed with UV technology and FSC sourced materials, our wallpaper isn't just durable, but also contributes to promote the responsible management of the world's forests.
- Paste the paper .279 mm / 180 gsm
- Light weight, breathable, natural looking, paper feel
- No texture, smooth surface, very low gloss
Roll Sizes (sold in a two roll set)
Wallpaper is available in 2 different panel sizes 8' or 10' to reduce waste during installation.
ASTM E-84 Class A approved
- GREENGUARD Gold certified inks
- Phthalate-free formulation
- No harmful off gassing
- PVC & POA Free FSC®Certified
Domestic & Commercial
This design was inspired by the term deckle edge, which describes paper with a feather edge in contrast to a cut one. Prior to 19th century, the deckle edge was unavoidable due to the very nature of the paper making process at that time. Sheets of paper were made individually on a deckle, a frame used in making paper by hand to form paper pulp into sheets of a desired size. Beginning in the early 1800s with the invention of the Fourdrinier machine, paper was produced in long rolls and the deckle edge became mostly obsolete; although there was some deckle on the ends of the rolls, it was cut off, and the individual sheets cut out from the roll would have no deckle.
If you need help figuring out how many rolls you need, email us your wall measurements to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd be happy to help!
Wallpaper is made to order and is therefore not eligible for return or refund. Please allow 21 days for production. When purchasing your wallpaper keep in mind slight color variations between orders my occur. Ensure that you buy enough of the same color to complete your job.
We highly recommend you purchase a sample before ordering to check colors and scale as computer screens may vary.
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