Created by the 19th century British painter, illustrator and architect Thomas Allom, this landscape illustrates the lodge of Queen Adelaide surrounded by its peaceful and romantic park. The artist, who is among the founders of the Royal Institute of British Architects, incorporates into this scene a horse-drawn carriage and deers reinforcing the royal spirit of this enchanting property.
This wallpaper is non-woven, making it easier to hang. The adhesive must be applied to the wall. We recommend using an adhesive such as Quelyd for non-woven wallpaper. Watch our tutorial.
Origin of manufacture
Non-contractual information, only the certificate confirms the fire resistance standard.
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Non-flammable Europe : Limited contribution to flash-over, combustible (EN 13501-1)
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