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SPRING SALE ● UP TO 25% OFF + FREE SHIPPING UNTIL 3/31/24
SPRING SALE ● UP TO 25% OFF + FREE SHIPPING UNTIL 3/31/24
Aida Pink Potted Plant Wallpaper 401487556 by A Street Prints Wallpaper for sale at Wallpapers To Go
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A Street Prints 401487556 Aida Pink Potted Plant Wallpaper

Price: $82.37 per 13.5 ft (4.11 m) Single Roll
This wallpaper is priced by the single roll. It is packaged as a double roll. A double roll = 2 single rolls. Order the total single roll quantity needed.

Minimum Order: $164.74
Additional 15% off. Discount applied in cart.
Mfg. Pattern #:401487556
Item #:WTG-240307

Additional Information

Product Type:
Wallpaper
Width:
27 in (68.58 cm)
Roll Length:
13.5 ft (4.11 m) Single Roll
Pattern Match:
Half Drop
Repeat Length:
27 in (68.58 cm)
Material:
Nonwoven Blend
Adhesive:
Unpasted
Maintenance:
Washable
Removal:
Wet Strippable

Explore the Aida Pink Potted Plant Wallpaper - pattern number 401487556 - by A Street Prints Wallpaper from the Seychelles 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 Spring Sale! Up to 25% off with free shipping until March 31st.

Tranquil and earthy, this novelty botanical will add serenity and style to your space. The lush potted plants overlap one another, inked in shades of pink and terra cotta against a sandy beige backdrop. Aida is an unpasted, non woven blend wallpaper.

Wondering about the coverage and cost of your project? Use our Border Trim and Wallpaper Calculator to get the approximate amount (area) of wallpaper, number of rolls, and optional trim, required for your project. Need more help deciding on a color pattern or deciding how much to order? We're here to help! Reach out to our knowledgeable and friendly associates any time for assistance and we would be happy to help you with even the most difficult issues.

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