Colours Lila White & Grey Circles Wallpaper

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4.7 out of 5 stars
Product code:
03716618

Price

£4

Colours Lila White & Grey Circles Wallpaper

Product code:
03716618
Colours Lila White & Grey Circles Wallpaper Colours Lila White & Grey Circles Wallpaper

Price

£4.00

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Product Information

A contemporary wallpaper in grey & white tones.

  • Ideal for use in bedroom, hallway & living areas
  • Paste the wall technology for easy hanging and removal
  • Strippable
  • Wipe clean with a damp cloth to remove marks caused by everyday life
  • Our wallpaper has been sourced in a sustainable manner

Features and Benefits

A modern circle design in light shades to suit any subtle contemporary home.

  • Easy hanging
  • Made using responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly paper.
  • Easy hanging

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Colours Lila White & Grey Circles Wallpaper
Colour description White & grey
Style Geometric & shapes
Design Circles
Range Lila
Surface finish Blown vinyl on non woven
Texture Textured
Sizes (H)10.05m x (W)530mm
Coverage Up to 5.3 m²
Application Paste the wall
Pattern repeat 132.5 mm
Brand Colours
Timber approval FSC approved

Health and Safety

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How to guides

How to hang wallpaper in difficult places

How to hang wallpaper in difficult places

You'll probably have started hanging your wallpaper on a straight wall without any obstacles. Sadly though, there's no way you can paper all the way around a room without meeting corners, door frames and fittings like light switches and sockets. But if you know the right techniques, you can still get a neat result and we will show you how.

Buying guides

Buyer's guide to wallpapering tools

Buyer's guide to wallpapering tools

Wallpapering can sometimes be a more complex task than you might imagine, but having all the right tools will make it far simpler and the result much neater.

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Types of tools

Paste brush

You can use any 100mm or 125mm paintbrush to apply paste, but a paste brush has a thicker wedge of soft bristles, which makes it easier to use.

Paper-hanging scissors

These scissors have extra-long blades that make it easier to cut your wallpaper in straight lines.

Wallpaper table (pasting table)

Higher than a kitchen table and just wider than a roll of wallpaper, this lightweight folding platform is perfect for measuring, cutting and pasting paper. W-leg tables are more stable than cheaper versions, but plastic ones are the sturdiest of all - as well as being the simplest to clean and store.

Plumb line/chalk line

Want to make sure you hang your wallpaper straight? Use a plumb line (a weight on the end of a string) to get a perfectly straight vertical line. And if you need to draw a straight edge on most surfaces, snap a chalk line.

Wallpaper scorer

When you soak wallpaper to prepare it for stripping, score the surface first with a rotary scorer as it helps the water to penetrate. Then just use a scraper to lift the paper off the wall.

Paper-hanging brush

The soft bristles on this brush are designed to smooth wallpaper by squeezing out any air bubbles and excess paste. Wash the bristles in warm water when you've finished to keep it fresh and usable.

Wallpaper steamer

Steaming is the fastest way to strip wallpaper. It makes good sense to buy a steamer when you have a lot of paper to strip, or need to do the job quickly.

Seam roller

Smooth the seams between lengths of wallpaper with this tiny roller - but make sure not to use it on embossed or fragile papers.

Combination smoother/cutter

After you've smoothed your wallpaper in place, simply cut around any obstructions with the retractable snap-off blade. But don't press too hard on fragile papers, or they might tear.

Reviews 4.7  out of 5 stars

Colours Lila White & Grey Circles Wallpaper is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from fabulous and chic This wallpaper is stunning and so smart and fashionable. Seems alot more expensive. Great to put on easy pattern matching.
Date published: 2015-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from looks stunning I bought this wallpaper for my hallway. Its looks stunning and was so easy to hang one of the best wallpapers i have used.
Date published: 2015-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from can find no fault This paper looks great and was very easy to put up. Definitely made the right choice and I recommend it.
Date published: 2014-12-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's pink I bought this as a grey and white paper. The design is very elegant but it has a marked pink tinge; in fact the colour is unmissable in the flesh. This made it unsuitable for its intended location so I had to return it.
Date published: 2016-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very trendy As soon as I saw this wallpaper, I knew it was the "ONE" I was looking for and now that it is up, I see I made the right choice. I didn't realise it was the paste the wall type when i bought it and after a mishap on the first strip going up (paste splodged on my newly painted surface below dado rail and removed the paint) I resorted to the old fashioned method of pasting the paper instead, it still went up beautifully and you don't need to wait until the paste has soaked in to it, I was very sceptical on that part and thought it would split open at the seams once dried but it didn't and it was actually one of the best papers I've worked with, hardly any waste at all with the pattern match and easy to match up too. This paper is quite thick and when you cut it, you see how fibrous it is. One point I would like to make is that when B&Q have a patterned wallpaper then they should consider doing a matching plain one in the same shade as I couldn't find anything to go with it so I used Duluxs' warm pewter matt paint and added lots of white to it to get not a reasonable match. Who ever wrote the phrase/book "50 shades of grey" got it spot on as i searched high and low for the correct shade to no avail and believe you me, there are much more than 50 shades, lol.
Date published: 2015-08-24
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