A geological map is an often colourful interpretation of an area’s geology. Oxford Clay is the name of the subtly yellow-beige area at the upper left edge. This wallpaper mural of a map anno 1891 depicts England and Wales and is tenderly hand-coloured.
Our wallpaper is printed on a non-woven paper of the highest quality. The paper is reinforced with nylon fibres making the wallpaper stable. This means that the adhesive can be applied directly on the wall making installation much easier.
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We recommend using our wallpaper adhesive, which is included in the box when ordering on the website. If the wallpaper is purchased without wallpaper paste, you should purchase glue for non-woven wallpaper.
Our wallpapers are fire rated in accordance with EN ISO 11925-2 which is the European standard for fire rating of wallpaper.
It is very important that the wallpaper is lightfast otherwise they lose their color after a while. Our production technology is designed to provide optimum resistance to fading.
The washability of a wallpaper determines how resistant the surface is against damage and measured in waves. Our wallpapers have two waves washability which gives good protection.