An original fabric design from the islands of Pacific showing a traditional handmade Tapa cloth (barkcloth) pattern. The word tapa is from Tahiti and the Cook Islands, where Captain Cook was the first European to collect it and introduce it to the rest of the world. Printed over 3 rolls for maximising the pattern repetition.
Information: Printed with eco-friendly inks, this wallpaper is easy to install on any interior wall type, using the classic paste the wall method. As wallpaper adhesive doesn't dry instantly, it allows you to move the wallpaper to match the strips up to eachother. This wallpaper comes in a box with 3 rolls of w52cm and h300cm, covering a total of 4.65m².
Care: This wallpaper is washable. Please use a damp sponge to wipe it if needed. If you see any dry ink spots on the sponge, don't worry as this is only excess ink that comes off due to the printing process required to achieve the best colour results. The colours will stay as they should. Always wipe the wallpaper vertically and never apply any kind of tape to the surface of the wallpaper.
Delivery info: Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery of your wallpaper as all the designs are specifically printed for your order. As this is a bespoke order, we're afraid we cannot accept returns. For further information please email us at email@example.com.