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Grey Art deco peacock Wallpaper

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Product Details

Product Information

This grey wallpaper has a art deco inspired peacock pattern, with a shimmery finish. It is ideal for creating a statement it any room in your home.

  • Ideal for use in bedrooms, hallways and living areas
  • Wet removable
  • Wipe with a damp cloth only to remove marks caused by everyday life
  • Our wallpaper has been sourced in a sustainable manner

Features and Benefits

    Technical Specifications

    Colour descriptionGrey
    StyleFeature
    DesignArt deco peacock
    TextureBlown
    Sizes(L)10.5 x (W)0.53 m
    CoverageUp to 5.33 m²
    ApplicationPaste the paper
    Pattern repeat21.3cm
    Timber approvalFSC® approved
    Timber certificateTT-COC-003110
    Product code5022976652309

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    Great looking paper

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    Siliconesusan - 6 months ago

    I am new to wallpapering and read the bad reviews! But I did give it a go and wasn’t as bad as I thought! Paper does tear easily but more when the paste was on it
    I found it hard to match another grey with it but overall I’m happy with it!

    Peacock wallpaper

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    Bexho - 10 months ago

    Unfortunately bought this before reading the reviews! The comments left by others were accurate - looked like it was made from recycled paper and very weak. It tore even before pasting! It is a beautiful pattern but the quality extremely disappointing. Also, despite batch numbers carefully checked, I would say there is a slight colour difference between the rolls. A very expensive paper considering the issues experienced whilst hanging.

    Might Look good, but quality is poor.

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    Stewarky - 1 year ago

    Very poor quality paper for the price. Difficult to hang straight due to it losing its shape. Edges randomly damaged. Difficult to cut without leaving a ragged edge. It is a nice looking paper when hung, from a distance. If it was not for the fact you have to try and hang it for the flaws to become apparent, it would have been returned for a refund.

    Nice paper wrong colour

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    Kat656 - 1 year ago

    Ordered this paper online as it wasn't in my local store, I was expecting to get a grey paper which was in the picture, instead I got a silver paper. I was very disappointed in this so returned it.

    So beautiful - disappointing quality.

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    cross wallpaperer - 1 year ago

    I bought this a few weeks ago to paper the entire living room - not as scary as it sounds, as it is actually much subtler in reality, a lot lighter and with a bit of a shimmer to it. As I said in the title, the pattern is beautiful, the colours are great, but the quality is just so rubbish!

    I have spent hundreds of pounds on wallpaper over the years, and much of it has been at B&Q because of the value and the general good quality of the paper, so I was expecting this to be of the same standard. Unfortunately, it is not. Due to the thinness of the paper, without exception, every length has caused me some sort of bother: pattern not matching up, paper creasing and wrinkling at annoying moments, not adhering to the wall properly, not cutting cleanly, and edges inexplicably being damaged. I know all these problems have causes, but I am not a wallpapering novice, and I know I am doing all the normal things to avoid these problems, but still they keep occurring!

    I am half way round the room, have hit the fireplace and am now tearing my hair out, hence the rant. I am going to keep going out of sheer bloody mindedness, and because I have committed now, but if you want an easy life, unless you have a totally flat room with no alcoves, features, fireplaces etc, or someone to pay to put it up, I would definitely steer clear. I am thinking it would even cause trouble as a statement wall as it is so temperamental.

    It is such a shame, as it looks so opulent, I really thought the usual B&Q standard would apply. Boooooo!