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Staggered Blues and White Line Pattern - Peel and Stick Removable Wallpaper Full Size Wall Mural
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An accent wall can be a perfect way to enhance a room. It can emphasize a particularly great architectural feature or to instill a sense of the extraordinary in an otherwise completely ordinary space. Our DIY Faux Wallpapers (Wall Murals) are perfect when creating an accent wall without the messy paint, sloppy adhesives or damaging your walls with nails. Our decorative Wall Art Murals are available in floor-to-ceiling 12' x 8'.
Our peel and stick murals are easy to apply and remove leaving no goopy residue behind. Just think, in just about an hour you could transform your living space, office space and even your dorm room at college from drab to rad.
Size in feet: 12' Mural comes with six 2’ x 8’ panels
Printed on self-adhesive woven polyester fabric panels, easy to stick on and off
Design Info: A Pattern of elongated rectangles with rounded corners in a staggered pattern. Colors include Blue, Light Blue and White on a Dark Blue background.
Title: Staggered Blues and White Line Patten Artist: Melissa Fague Genre: Digital Abstract Artwork SKU Number: ILL-0086-WM
About the Artist:
Melissa Fague is a professional landscape and nature photographer; as well as graphic designer based out of Bear, Delaware USA. In just a few short years her work has been published over four dozen times and she has won multiple national & international awards for her photographic artwork. Most recently Melissa's wall art and fine art prints have been featured on Martha Stewart, People and Better Home & Gardens.
To read Melissa's inspiring story on how she became a nature and landscape photographer; as well as receive helpful photography tips to improve your own photographic skills, please check out our blog.
Do you have questions about Melissa's work? Pi Photography and Fine Art has had the pleasure of working with a variety of galleries, decorators, interior designers, large corporations, retailers and homeowners with their art or wall decorating projects and we'd love to work with you too on yours. If you have questions, please contact us at any time via message or call us at (800) 558-8577.