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Library Stone Wallpaper AMW1004211 by Andrew Martin Wallpaper for sale at Wallpapers To Go
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Andrew Martin AMW1004211  Library Stone Wallpaper

Everyday Price:  $328.00
On Sale For: $246.00 per 33 ft (10.06 m) 2 Roll Set
This Wallpaper is priced and packaged as a 2 roll set
Mfg. Pattern #:AMW1004211
Item #:WTG-133786

Additional Information

Product Type:
Wallpaper
Width:
26.8 in (68.07 cm)
Roll Length:
33 ft (10.06 m) 2 Roll Set
Repeat Length:
in (76 cm)
Material:
100% Uncoated Paper
Adhesive:
Unpasted
Maintenance:
Spongeable
Removal:
Strippable

Explore the Library Stone Wallpaper - pattern number AMW1004211 - by Andrew Martin Wallpaper from the Navigator book. Wallpapers To Go is America's #1 wallcovering store and has been helping customers add beauty to their homes and businesses for 50 years. Save big during our Happy Holidays Sale! Up to 25% off until December 31st.

A clever bookcase design. Consists of two separate wallpaper rolls that are 26.8 in (68 cm) wide and can be pasted alternately to provide more variety to the design. For sizing calculations, the vertical distance between each shelf is 10 in (25.5 cm) with each cross shelf measuring .6 in (1.5 cm) in height..

Please note that because this pattern is special order and ships from the UK, it is not cancellable or returnable once an order is placed. Because it ships from the UK, and due to increase in COVID 19 in this area delivery is generally 2-3 weeks from when the order is processed, so expedited shipping is not available.

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