Gadara Wallpaper in Charcoal from the Ella & Sofia Collection by Milton & King

$140.00

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“A 1920s wallpaper frieze by the Sydney Wallpaper and Decorating Company ‘Morrisons’ has been the inspiration for the Ella and Sofia ‘Gadara’ design. Black charcoal and white forms the structure of the Gadara design and provides both a masculine and feminine feel. The dots represent a pathway from our history to the present day.From the Ella & Sofia collection: This beautifully elegant wallpaper collection fuses history with distinctly contemporary design. Ella and Sofia are constantly inspired by their mission to bring beauty to the world, room by room, with intelligence and individuality.This collection is made to order, so please allow up to 2 weeks to ship out and receive tracking.   Usage: Domestic & Commercial Pattern Match: Straight Match Vertical Repeat: 23.6″” Roll Dimensions: 24″” x 32 ft 9″” – approximately 65 square feet per roll. – This high quality, hard wearing 150 gsm, class A, double-layered non-woven paper is extremely durable and fade resistant. Finished with two coats of specially formulated glaze allows it to be effectively cleaned.Please note: Burke Decor does not accept wallpaper returns at this time. Why? Wallpaper is produced in batches (similar to tile) and due to dye-lot variations that occur based on when the rolls are produced, we are unable to accept returns. We accept and offer free shipping on all wallpaper exchanges. Milton & King’s Boutique Faux Wallpapers are right on trend at the moment, offering a brilliant way of transforming a wall in your home. Create effortless illusions of exposed brick or stacked stone with these faux finishes or consider instead a library look-alike wallpaper to cultivate the appearance of a well-read intellectual without showing off a thousand tomes. We love their fashionable and unique world of faux wallpapers!*This item is excluded from sale events and not available for additional discounting or promotional offers.”