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Sahrzad Red Nouveau Damask Wallpaper 341721 by Kenneth James Wallpaper for sale at Wallpapers To Go
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Kenneth James 341721  Sahrzad Red Nouveau Damask Wallpaper

Everyday Price:  $145.35
On Sale For: $109.01 per 16.5 ft (5.03 m) Single Roll
This wallpaper is priced in single rolls and packaged in double rolls. Order the total single roll quantity needed.
Mfg. Pattern #:341721
Item #:WTG-128312

Additional Information

Product Type:
Wallpaper
Width:
20.5 in (52.07 cm)
Roll Length:
16.5 ft (5.03 m) Single Roll
Pattern Match:
Straight
Repeat Length:
25 in
Material:
Nonwoven
Adhesive:
Unpasted
Maintenance:
Washable
Removal:
Strippable

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A contemporary damask is realized in various layers of seductive splendor. This large scale design has elegant curves and a modern silhouette style sophistication, with lavish red velvet flock over a burnished brass texture.

This wallpaper is custom ordered from an international manufacturer. After placing your order, it may not be cancelled or returned. Expected delivery is 2-4 weeks. If you have requested expedited shipping it will be expedited once your order is received in our warehouse.

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