Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 8
Rated 4 out of 5 by DecFred Just what we wanted
Hung well and painted it is just as we wanted
06 March 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Whinger Easy to work with product
This superfresco blown wall paper was amongst the easiest to work with, a strong yet pliable product that can be used without a paint over finish or used for any amount of colour options for the future, in good airy conditions it will dry reasonably quickly. a good finish is easily achieved and satisfaction with value for money makes this a product worthy of remembering for the future.
06 September 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by diy woman Excellent quality
This product is very easy to hang - even for a novice.Soak well with a good quality paste and it hangs really well. Easy to paint. Looks really good on walls or ceilings.
03 February 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by julie Easy to hang.
Lovely paper, easy to glide into place - no lines showing.
09 November 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Spider Excellent
This paper is excellent . Must follow instructions on paper regarding waiting time after pasting and the paper then matches perfectly and covers any slight imperfections on the wall. WE ARE AT PRESENT USING THE PAPER WITHOUT PAINTING. We will paint in a few years when we need a new colour scheme in the kitchen Pattern is difficult to follow but if it is missed it is unnoticeable
03 November 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by mrs porky matched perfectly
had some repair work to do in property i have moderenised match in perfectly
03 November 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Excellent quality
This wallpaper proved to be one of my best purchases to date. Not only was it extremely easy to hang, with the minimum of matching. But once painted the joins are almost non existent. I look forward to years of easy maintenance.
06 October 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Esspeegee Reliable quality
As a professional decorator I have hung, literally, hundreds of rolls of pattern 205C on customer ceilings and will go on doing so. The texture is sufficient to hide imperfect ceilings but subtle enough to be discreet. Although there is a pattern match, I have never found it and its never made a jot of difference. Not having to get pattern matches on ceilings is important because its hard work with your neck cricked backwards and your arms over your head. Two tips 1. Always mark the back of the paper as you cut it on the paste table so you hang it all the same way and 2. Cut off the first 24" of each new roll as the texture is sometimes compressed and can show, even when painted.
If there is a downside, its that very occasionally the sharpness of the texture can differ between rolls, as if the machine that makes the texture is wearing out. This fault is slight, but very annoying when you come across it.
01 September 2010