Waxed wallpaper from the French firm Le Monde Sauvage from sheets printed with the batik technique. The set of 12 sheets covers approximately 4 square meters. This set of wallpapers can be applied on a whole surface like a classic wallpaper, or you can create your own pattern, placing the sheets as you like: for example, if you want to create a headboard.
Wallpapering is easier as the sheets are placed one after the other and do not need to match. It is advisable to keep the edges with fringes and see the delimitation of each sheet, these elements are the hallmark of this wallpaper.
Sheet measurements: 50m long; 70cm from high.
The colors available in the dropdown and are shown in the order of the photographs.
We like it for:
1 Transform any bedroom, living room, entrance very easily.
2 His delicate drawings make us travel.
3 Its extraordinary quality, so much so that it looks like tile.
The delivery time for some colors is 4 weeks (check with the store).
First you need to clean the wall. Then prepare the glue. When the wall is dry, apply the film starting at a high angle.
Using the brush, apply the glue to the back of the sheet (the side where the pattern is less pronounced). Lay the sheet from the top.
Remove the air between the sheet and the wall with a tool. Smooth from the top center of the sheet to the left and right alternately.
Do this again until you have reached the end of the page.
Then apply this technique to the other leaves.
Once the wallpaper is dry, cut the edges with a utility knife so they are clean. When you use the sponge, the color of the edges changes a bit, so that it remains consistent, use the slightly damp sponge on the entire surface.
Glue mixer (wooden parts)