HARD WORK WILL PAY OFF I bought two packs to put in my living room, covering 16+ feet as a background — gorgeous! But note, this is not for beginners or the impatient. I had to cut parts where my fireplace is, a vent, and a corner step. But take your time in cutting, customizing, and pasting. Make sure the crossover is at least 1/2 inch, as this paper will shrink when dry!On the ceiling right in front of the mural, I hung mini tiki lights — small bubble paper lantern filled with christmas lights — all across the top.The result? AMAZING. When the fireplace is on, and the lanterns are on (automatic settings for the dark), it looks like I’m in the middle of the serene jungle!!!People walk by the window and stop in awe! Three of my neighbors have copied the idea!!! But yes, some have complained about the work.I love this so much that I’ve made it the background of my office. In my home office, this is one side of the wall, while the rest is light yellow paint — brings…
Great Image This was my first experience with wall papering a mural. Difficulty level 3 with 5 being the highest. You need to take it slow, be patient and do the proper wall prep. It looks great in the lobby of my martial arts studio. Color not as brilliant as shown in photo but acceptable. I would have given this product 5 stars if the art was 10′ high.
nope! This item looks better on the screen then in real life. Waste of my money and time! I was not happy with what was in the box.
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