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Forest Scene Wall Mural
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Bought this as we had been looking for something for our living room wall to funk it up a bit - it was such a great price we thought we would give it a try & I am so glad we did. Comes in 4 sections and my husband and I found it fairly easy to hang and pretty forgiving! When it first goes up it does appear to bubble in sections (especially the very light parts!) and we were a bit concerned as it didn't look great at first - however as soon as the paper dries it was perfect! There is a slight mismatch with the pattern on the center join ( we have a slightly disjointed twig!) but it isn't really noticeable because the mural is quite busy - I think you could overlap the pieces to avoid this but we wanted a smooth join. Overall it looks amazing - it is like having a cheap conservatory as it makes the room look much bigger!!Report this review
An amazing, warm feeling to wake up on a grey, rainy morning and experience being in a beautiful, tranquil forest with the bright glow of sun rays filtering through thick foliage, filling the whole room with warmth and a sensual soothing light.Report this review
These murals are really lovely. The finished effect is stunning, BUT......I'm good at wallpapering and this was really hard to put up. The YouTube Vid makes it look so easy! and it's not. Especially if your walls aren't smooth and square. Work from the centre plumb line is all I can suggest. Work quickly as the paper goes soft really quickly, not like regular wall paper. Be super careful not to get creases in it or you'll mark the picture, and have an extra pair of hand to help you position the top pieces - I'm a diddy 5ft6" and struggled with the width of the pieces. They do 'grow' a wee bit once pasted which allows the pattern to match up 98% of the time. I wasn't brave enough to try to 'trim' the overlap as I didn't want to wreck the mural edges, so we live with it, but it's not too noticeable. Overall the finished effect is really eye catching and gets lots of complimentary comments.Report this review