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Non-woven wallpaper that means you apply adhesive directly to the wall.
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Our wallpapers are CE-marked, for the highest standards in health, safety and environmental protection.
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SCANDINAVIAN DESIGNERS II 1777 Vertigo

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Vertigo
Product Code: 1777
Collection Scandinavian Designers II
Design by Arne Jacobsen
Brand: Boråstapeter
Manuf.Country: Sweden
Width/Length: 10.05 m x 53 cm
Pattern repeat: 17.66 cm
Primary color: Green
Secondary color: Blue
Nuance: Dark
Washability: Extra washable
Style: Retro
Room type: Kitchen, Livingroom, Bedroom
Drop type: Straight match
Glue: Quelyd Fliselin/Kiilto Master Flis

Availability: 2 - 10 days

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1777 Vertigo

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1.2 kg

Design by Arne Jacobsen. Arne Jacobsen was a master at using simple shapes such as triangles and circles to create intricate patterns with both rhythm, pace and tone. Vertigo is based on the movements of semicircles and was first designed as a furniture fabric. Arne Jacobsen was a master at using simple shapes such as triangles and circles to create intricate patterns with both rhythm, pace and tone. Vertigo is based on the movements of semicircles and was first designed as a furniture fabric.
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