|Product Type: Roll||Style: Scandinavian|
|Pattern: Floral and botanical||Textures and Treatments: Embossed|
|Finish Type: Matte||Primary Material: Vinyl|
|Number of Items Included: 1||Water Resistant: Yes|
|Stain Resistant: No||Application Type: Non-pasted|
|Match Type: Drop||Removal Type: Strippable|
|Washable: Yes||Non Wall Damaging: Yes|
|Commercial Use: Yes||Eco-Friendly: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: Italy|
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Rebecca from Gordon, GA– Verified Buyer
I thought it looked pretty in the pictures, but the actual product is beyond expectation. The quality of the paper, detail in the printed pattern and the color makes this wall paper exceptional. I have in it my bathroom of antique furniture and fixtures including an antique tub, and it is the perfect compliment to make this room warm, rich, inviting and modern. I am a wall paper person, and I have never seen a better product.
Violeta from Reno, NV– Verified Buyer
This is a spectacular product! The design is very elegant and cheerful, at the same time! The quality if excellent. I put it in a kitchen nook, and it helped to complete the transitional style of our newly remodeled kitchen. We also covered with it two walls in a guest room, on another floor - very interesting and welcoming design. Highly recommended.
Very high quality
Jonathan from Seattle, WA– Verified Buyer
This wallpaper is thick and of a very high quality. It has a great texture when you touch it. The green is a golden green. Very nice.
Cherie from Midland, MI– Verified Buyer
This paper is thick and beautifully colored. The leaf has orange and pink veins through it. The background is olive in color.
Susan from Downers Grove, IL– Verified Buyer
Love this paper! Was easy to hang and looks beautiful. It provides a contemporary vibe without being too modern. Trying to determine what to wallpaper next!
Valued Customer from North Carolina– Verified Buyer
About the Designer
Textile designer Kristina Isola has followed in the footsteps of her mother Maija Isola. She made her first sketches for fabrics at the age of sixteen as an assistant to her mother. Between 1978 and 1987 mother and daughter designed for Marimekko under the joint name of Maija Isola/Kristina Isola. At present, Kristina Isola designs her own fabric prints and is also responsible for the new colorways of Maija Isola's designs and the adaptation of their patterns to suit different products.
OUR SKU # MKK1000