Non-woven bespoke panoramic wallpaper with naturalistic boards depicting shells on an aged white wooden wall. We advise you to add 5 cm to the height and width.
Riambel is a village located on the south coast of Mauritius which means ""sunny beach"" in Malagasy. This panoramic trompe-l'oeil wallpaper represents a collection of ancient naturalistic plates on which appear shells, corals or algae, pinned on a wall of bleached wooden slats. Like a collector, we can admire the graphic beauty of these marine treasures found in the water surrounding Mauritius.
Many elements evoke the past: the leaves, yellowed by time, the rusty nails or the faded wall. All in shades of beige and white, with a few hints of orange and red, this very soft wall mural will be perfect in an office or a corridor, for a ""cabinet of curiosities"" spirit.
We advise you to add 5 cm to your height and width, these are the security margins. If your dimensions exceed the initial measurements of the wall mural presented on our website, you can contact our customer service (email@example.com) and our Design Studio will rework the wall mural to fit your dimensions. The lengths are 70 cm wide.
|Wall paper type||Non-woven|
|Type||Bespoke panoramic wall mural|
|Paste||Paste for non-woven wallpaper|