Wallpaper Materials

We offer four types of materials for our wallpaper collection. They are as follows:

  1. Seamless Pasted Wallpaper (No Joins)   
    A PVC free wallpaper made from polyester with subtle weave texture that is pasted on using traditional wallpaper glue. This wallpaper cannot be reused and removal will require your wall to be repainted. This wallpaper is installed as one large sheet with zero joins. Installation is included in the price of this material.

  2. Traditional Pasted Wallpaper (Butt Joins)
    A PVC free wallpaper made from paper, with a smooth finish that is pasted on using traditional wallpaper glue. This wallpaper cannot be reused and removal will require your wall to be repainted. This wallpaper is installed with butt joins every 125cm with minimal visibility. Installation is included in the price of this material.

  3. Self Adhesive Vinyl Wallpaper (Overlapping Joins)
    A vinyl self adhesive wallpaper with a smooth, textureless finish that is ‘one stick only. This wallpaper cannot be reusued and removal will require your wall to be repainted.  Features 1cm overlapping joins approximately every 150cm. Joins cannot be cut away and visibility of joins vary depending on selected design and room lighting. Installation is included in the price of this material.

  4. Peel & Stick Removable Wallpaper (DIY Installation)   
    A PVC free, non toxic, peel and stick wallpaper with 99% blockout, made from a closely woven polyester material with a fine, subtle cotton like texture. This material is reusable and easily removed with minimal paint damage to your wall. Features 1cm overlapping joins approximately every 65cm. Joins can be cut away if preferred. This material is shipped (free of charge) from Australia within approximately 2 weeks from purchase. Installation is NOT included in the price of this material.

    Please note: The visibility of wallpaper joins can vary based on the specific designs and background colours chosen, different wallpaper materials, along with the intensity and angles of your room's lighting

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