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Oakland Aqua Grasscloth Stripe Wallpaper

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$99.98/ Roll
Price: $67.48 / Roll

Display colors or textures may be slightly different on monitors or screens. We recommend ordering samples.

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How the price is calculated?

Commercial Wallpaper can only be ordered in 30-yard bolts.
  • Each yard covers 12 sq. ft. (One 30-Yard-Bolt covers 360 sq. feet)
  • Each 30-Yard-Bolt costs $
  • Enter sq. ft. you need to see how many bolts you'll need to order.
  • Total price will be based on the # yards you'll need.
Please remember that online images are digital representations of actual patterns and the true colors may vary slightly (i.e., a little lighter or darker than what you see). Ordering samples for true color match is highly recommended. Wallpaper industry standard size for samples is 8" x 10". We offer standard memo samples for $7.99 each. Bigger-size samples are available for some patterns, and please call us if you are looking for bigger samples.

Description:

Give your walls a fresh look with this faux grasscloth wallpaper. The sea green colorway has a nautical flair. Five inch stripes alternate between matte and shine for a dimensional print.

Product Specifications:

  • Pattern #: 3113-256011
  • Pattern Name: Oakland Aqua Grasscloth Stripe
  • Finish: Prepasted Easy Walls
  • Match: Straight
  • Paper Attributes: Prepasted Backing (No Glue Required), Washable, Strippable
  • Roll Width: 20.50 in
  • Roll Length: 33.00 ft
  • Repeat Length: 20.50 in
  • Total Square Feet: 56.38 sq. ft

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  • 4/28/2021 2:37:07 PM Brian Conrad: Reply

    We have installed this product in a senior living facility and are requiring some additional documentation to be accepted by the health department. Can you please provide me documentation showing the Flame Soread rating for this product? Thank you, Brian