|Product Type: Roll||Style: Traditional|
|Pattern: Damask||Textures and Treatments: Embossed|
|Color: White||Primary Material: Vinyl|
|Number of Items Included: 1||Water Resistant: No|
|Stain Resistant: No||Application Type: Non-pasted|
|Match Type: Straight||Removal Type: Strippable|
|Washable: Yes||Temporary: Yes|
|Commercial Use: Yes||Eco-Friendly: No|
|Country of Manufacture: United Kingdom|
Questions & Answers
Graham & Brown Paintable Damask Embossed Tiles Wallpaper
Nice wallpaper tiles
Morgan from California– Verified Buyer
Everything is great with the wallpaper tiles. I don't have any complaints about it.
Sandy Sayah from Encino, CA– Verified Buyer
Nice quality. Haven't had a chance to install it yet but can't wait to have it on our walls.
Valencia from Hyattsville, MD– Verified Buyer
I love it! everyone always ask me where did I get it from. I didn't paint mine because it looked nice with out it. I used it as an accent wall behind my bed.
Couldnt be any happier
Christopher from Hurst, TX– Verified Buyer
This is a foam-feel, thicker paintable wall paper that has such a dramatic effect, yet without the fuss or major expense of retexturing walls. Everyone that comes over wants to touch my wall. I used it for an accent wall in my bathroom. Tip 1: DO NOT overlap the edges. The trick is to spend the time getting the edges to line up side by side. Overlap and you can see the lines, side-to-side and it looks seamless. Tip 2: Use a primer-in-one thicker paint if you plan on painting the paper. You almost have to dry-roll the paint to keep it from being to gloppy ( - might not be a technical word, but you get the point) and gloppy messes up the pattern. I suggest painting a tester square before painting the wall.
Rina from Brooklyn, NY– Verified Buyer
Really beautiful but none of the rolls I ordered matched. They are all different shades of white. Learned that the hard way after I finished and thought I was going crazy.
Brittany Albers from Florida
Awesome product- planning on leaving it white. Have a moderate amount of experience wallpapering but had some difficulty getting started. It is much harder to hang than ordinary wallpaper due to thickness and heaviness. Dont dont dont overlap the seams even a tiny bit- super obvious if you do. Thought it tore easily when trimming edges- lots of touch up work to do. Regardless, the texture is amazing and worth the hard work.
Anonymous from Maine– Verified Buyer