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'Orangerie' Wallpaper is part of the 'Present and Correct' collection by Farrow & Ball. Inspired by the artistic style of the early 18th century, Orangerie is bursting with extravagant detail, with an exotic leaf pattern interspersed with floral motifs.
Dimensions: 53cm in width, with a roll 1000cm in length.
Collection: The Present and Correct collection is one of Farrow & Ball's most eclectic. It features some of their most stunning designs including spectacular damasks and other wonderfully large design prints, as well as smaller, metallic floral trails.
Colours: Please note colours shown on-screen may vary from the original wallpaper, and you are advised to order a sample to view exact colourways. Please call 01386 711512 or email email@example.com for more information.
Paste: Apply this wallpaper to your wall with an adhesive. Please use a good starch based paste from a professional decorating store for all Farrow & Ball wallpapers. We recommend Farrow & Ball's own Wallpaper Paste - Five Roll. Please note that packet self-mix products are not suitable.
Matching: This wallpaper has a vertical pattern repeat of 61cm and a straight match pattern match. Detailed instructions for wallpaper hanging are contained in each individual roll.
Cleaning: This wallpaper is spongeable. The adhesive or water-based stains may be wiped off the face of the paper with a damp soft cloth.
Product Code: Orangerie Brand: Farrow & Ball Collection: Present and Correct Material: Paper Wallcovering Type: Wallpaper Pattern Match: Straight Match Vertical pattern repeat: 61cm Cleaning: Spongeable
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