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Postcard Peonies Wallpaper


$71.98/Double Roll
Price: $43.98 / Double Roll

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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.
Our wallpaper is priced and shipped in double rolls. For over 100 years, wallpaper in the USA was priced in single rolls but packaged in double rolls. This confused some people so we switched to double rolls. Please add the amount of rolls you need in multiple of one (1, 2, 3, etc.). We offer 8" x 10" memo samples at $7.99 each.


Postcard-esque script meshes with these beautiful long stemmed peonies for a unique floral wallpaper pattern

Product Specifications:

  • Pattern #: CG28861
  • Pattern Name: Postcard Peonies
  • Finish: Solid Vinyl
  • Match: DropMatch
  • Paper Attributes: Extra-Washable, Very Good Lightfast, Prepasted Backing (No Glue Required), Peelable
  • Roll Width: 20.50 in
  • Roll Length: 33.00 ft
  • Repeat Length: 21" Vertical
  • Total Square Feet: 56.38 sq. ft

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MSRP Retail Price: $71.98
Our Price: $43.98

  • 4/12/2020 2:49:35 PM Carol Potkanski: Reply

    Hello - I intend to use this as SHELF paper. I will NOT be gluing it down. We have an older home with hand-built cabinetry, so I need to origami-fold the paper around the hand-carved adjustable shelf supports in each corner, then create a folded-under drop along the front of each shelf. This is the part that will be seen when you open the cabinet. So, I need to know whether this solid vinyl will hold a knife-edge crease. Typically, this is done by first folding the paper, then rubbing over it with the metal handle of a letter opener - a dull rounded metal surface - to smooth the crease an