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NLXL / BGR-03 PEARL NIZWA

NLXL / BGR-03 PEARL NIZWA
NLXL / BGR-03 PEARL NIZWA
NLXL / BGR-03 PEARL NIZWA
NLXL / BGR-03 PEARL NIZWA
NLXL / BGR-03 PEARL NIZWA
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Dimensions: Width 48.7cm x Length 9m
  • material: Non-woven
  • ESTIMATED SHIPPING: In stock: 2-3 days Pre-order: 2-4 weeks
SGD394.00

Non-Woven Material

High Grade - As our European wallpapers are mostly made from non-woven material, they are made to be durable and produced by first-class designer brands. On top of that, these wallpapers last for over 15 years, so you won’t need to worry about them going to waste.


Tear Resistant - Famous for its durability, non-woven wallpapers are not easily ripped apart. Moreover, this advantage makes these wallpapers washable too!


Anti-Mould - ‘Breathable’ is one of the top features of non-woven wallpapers, allowing vapours to pass through freely without leaving behind any mould on the wallpapers’ surface.


Fire-Retardant - The non-woven material of our wallpapers is resistant to flame with EN-15102 certification


Premium Quality - Wallpapers usually emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) when installed, making them harmful to human health. Using the finest line of non-woven material, premium wallpapers are directly printed on top of the non-woven layer using a stain-resistant layer, making it PVC-Free (Polyvinyl Chloride) and VOC-Free. This also leads to them being Flame Retardant and Non-Toxic.


NLXL

Trusted by big companies such as W Hotels, Mercure Hotels and Vogue, NLXL is a French wallpaper company that is known for its designer wallpapers. Collaborating with Paris designers, the wallpaper company has become equivalent to a fashion company that still operates in the wallpaper industry. Using digital printers to produce their wallpapers, their remarkable standard in designing wallpapers is undoubtedly top of the line glamorous.


Nizwa wallpaper by Bethan Gray

UK based designer Bethan Gray has taken inspiration from the traditional forts of Oman for her Nizwa Wallpaper. The design features the technique of marquetry, which was used as far back as the 16th century. It reflects the rounded architectural composition of the forts’ castellation’s, whilst the detailed mother of pearl patterning creates a stunning iridescence. This variation in shade and iridescent resembles the effect of the sun on the different elevations of the forts.



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