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Non-woven wallpaper that means you apply adhesive directly to the wall.
Product Sertificate 2
Our wallpapers are CE-marked, for the highest standards in health, safety and environmental protection.
Product Sertificate 3
Mark of Quality. Assurance from the International Wallcovering Manufacturers Association (IGI).
Product Sertificate 4
The raw wood material we use for our paper comes from sustainably managed forests.

LEXINGTON 1860 Herman

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LEXINGTON - Herman
Product Code: 1860
Collection: LEXINGTON
Brand: Boråstapeter
Manuf.Country: Sweden
Width/Length: 10.05 m x 53 cm
Pattern repeat: 3.31 cm
Primary color: Pink
Secondary color: Pink 
Style: Classic, New England
Nuance: Light
Room type: Bedroom, Staircase, Hallway
Drop type: Straight match
Material: non-woven ECO
Glue: Quelyd Fliselin/Kiilto Master Flis

Availability: 2 - 10 days

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1860 Herman

Weight: 

1.2 kg

Herman is a classic mussel pattern that is very contemporary. The design comes from a small detail in the Harriet medallion pattern that we liked so much we turned it into a whole new wallpaper. New England is known for its coastal towns and Herman's shell motifs bring an attractive touch of the seaside to your home. Herman has a warm textile feel, created by the engraving technique used for printing. It is named after American author Herman Melville, who wrote Moby Dick, among others (1819-1891).
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