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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 1864 Harriet

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LEXINGTON - Harriet
Product Code: 1864
Collection: LEXINGTON
Brand: Boråstapeter
Manuf.Country: Sweden
Width/Length: 10.05 m x 53 cm
Pattern repeat: 53 cm
Primary color: Yellow
Secondary color: Yellow 
Style: Classic, New England, Oriental
Nuance: Light
Room type: Bedroom, Livingroom, Diningroom
Drop type: Half drop
Material: non-woven ECO
Glue: Quelyd Fliselin/Kiilto Master Flis

 

Availability: 2 - 10 days

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1864 Harriet

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1.2 kg

Harriet is a medallion wallpaper linked to New England's European heritage and design tradition. Medallion patterns are among the most classic of designs and have been around as wallpaper since the first pioneers came to New England. Harriet is printed using an engraving technique that produces a textile feel, making the room cosy and homely. It takes its name from American author Harriet Beecher Stowe, who wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin (1811-1886).
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