Large wall Murals 3.15m x 2.32m £23.99 delivered from IWOOT Large Selection available
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Large wall Murals 3.15m x 2.32m £23.99 delivered from IWOOT Large Selection available

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Found 14th Sep 2013
Use code HOME20 and select free standard postage to get this price, also 8.4% topcashback.

I remember when these things used to be hundreds of pounds, but now they seem super cheap.

Great way to transform a room relatively cheaply.

They have loads of designs. The murals come in 4 easy to hang pieces, measuring 3.15 metres wide and 2.32 metres high.

Looks like the forest one has sold out now.

Murals available:
New York Brooklyn Bridge & skyline
London Double Decker Bus
Tower Bridge
Distressed Brick wall
New York Brooklyn Bridge
New York Times Square
Rome Colosseum
Black and Grey slate effect
Silhouette black and grey tree
Phone box on black and white London backdrop
Subway station
Monet Japanese bridge
Venice Rialto bridge
World map

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Original Poster

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Edited by: "jaypr" 14th Sep 2013

These are great, thanks for sharing!

Yes they look great but read reviews online. Often they don't match when you put all 4 pieces together.

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lucyferror

Yes they look great but read reviews online. Often they don't match when … Yes they look great but read reviews online. Often they don't match when you put all 4 pieces together.



I can't see any reviews for these particular ones, but I would imagine they match up just fine and that people are rubbish at hanging wallpaper. Providing you check they match before hanging them and make sure you follow the instructions to the letter, I don't see why you'd have an issue.

jaypr

I can't see any reviews for these particular ones, but I would imagine … I can't see any reviews for these particular ones, but I would imagine they match up just fine and that people are rubbish at hanging wallpaper. Providing you check they match before hanging them and make sure you follow the instructions to the letter, I don't see why you'd have an issue.



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lucyferror

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/1061402.htm



That's one review and like I said before not everyone is good as hanging wallpaper.

Putting murals up are a nightmare full stop. I thought walls were totally straight but if they are not, like mine then they don't line up properly . Not for the perfectionists

That New York one is awesome!

I done my daughters room with one and as long as you follow the intsructions they arent that bad to put up. They are amazing once they are up

did s graffiti one on my sons went up well but cheaper on ebay mine only cost 17.99 and was perfect

Are these the self stick ones or the wallpaper paste ones?

cool thanks.

Look good in the photos, but only because they cover the entire wall. The chances of it fitting your wall correctly will be slim I think.

Am I the only one who think these look tacky as hell?

rabbitmoon

Am I the only one who think these look tacky as hell?


Nope

That forest one is what they have in the lodges at centerparcs isn't it?

Remember my mates family having Forest one back in the 70's! Lol

shame they're quite narrow
Edited by: "toonarmani" 14th Sep 2013

There greeeeeat!

This will nicely cover up the nightmare colour that my delightful wife asked me to paint the kitchen.
Thanks OP

Love them very hot at that money
Any know how easy they are to take off again ???
Edited by: "adwozere" 14th Sep 2013

Definitely reminds me of center parcs villa! Cant wait to show my kids these, or then again I will be asking for trouble as they will want them in their rooms

lucyferror

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/1061402.htm


Brilliant video. I love how they entirely paper over the plug sockets

67traveller

Jesus wept, for every thread, there's a HUKD'er who's convinced that he … Jesus wept, for every thread, there's a HUKD'er who's convinced that he alone is the arbiter on what the rest of us should do...



So you're the obligatory raging hypocrite of the thread I take it? Why don't you just chill out and accept that people are allowed to post casual comments on things?

In my opinion, people who say "if you don't like it then don't read/watch/buy/use/whatever it" are repressive idiots.

Got mine off eBay for far less than this and I expect the same quality too.
Ok.....so my first effort went badly wrong with the paper getting stretched and bubbles and corners not meeting properly despite following the instructions to a tee.
A tip for hanging these individual sections is not just to paste the mural itself, but also just prior to hanging you should also paste the wall too. If you don't do this you'll find the wall you're putting them on, especially if already papered (like mine was with lining paper to give a good base), will suck up the paste from the back of the mural so quickly you will hardly have any time at all to move it around, and before you know it the mural will be stuck and you won't get it moved without tearing it. The paste on the wall too allows much more time to move the mural around and get it just where you want it. Be carefull especially trying to pull the corners into place as this can stretch the paper slightly and then it won't line up properly with the next piece.
Get them right and they look great, and you can always trim the top/bottom/sides if they too wide/tall.

reakt

Nope



please explain what is tacky about Hell?

not about these murals, but about Hell itself, that warrants Hell being compared to cheap Murals.

You can even have your picture printed.

I missed the £9.99 ones at Aldi.

PVA might help on new plaster or a coat of non-water based emulsion.

can people saying ebay ones are cheaper get a link for me please

Original Poster

craigsmethurst6

can people saying ebay ones are cheaper get a link for me please



They aren't, I checked before posting this.

I can't find this forest scene on their site. Can anyone help?

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Original Poster

Zuulan

I can't find this forest scene on their site. Can anyone help?



Looks like this ones sold out now.

rabbitmoon

So you're the obligatory raging hypocrite of the thread I take it? Why … So you're the obligatory raging hypocrite of the thread I take it? Why don't you just chill out and accept that people are allowed to post casual comments on things? In my opinion, people who say "if you don't like it then don't read/watch/buy/use/whatever it" are repressive idiots.



Your view is, similarly to your original post, worthless. Thanks for posting

jaypr

Looks like this ones sold out now.



Ah OK, thanks. A pity as it's the only one I want.

How about pasting/fixing them to hardboard sheet first and then hang that in the wall. Nice and square, no worries with bulges in the wall and best of all, if you don't like it you can move it!

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GothBoy

How about pasting/fixing them to hardboard sheet first and then hang that … How about pasting/fixing them to hardboard sheet first and then hang that in the wall. Nice and square, no worries with bulges in the wall and best of all, if you don't like it you can move it!



Doubt you'd get a hardboard sheet that size home, let alone through a door.

jaypr

Doubt you'd get a hardboard sheet that size home, let alone through a … Doubt you'd get a hardboard sheet that size home, let alone through a door.


something tells me your right, but why not buy 4 (or more) sheets and affix to the wall. the screws or nails would be hidden by the mural

The forest one is really nice but I think I'd get tired of the other ones really quick.

jaypr

Doubt you'd get a hardboard sheet that size home, let alone through a … Doubt you'd get a hardboard sheet that size home, let alone through a door.



You could easily get several 8x4ft sheets (2400*1200mm) and connect however you want, even duct tape. Put it on a frame or something.

If you're going to do a job you may as well do it properly given that everyone is immediately going to be looking at it. It's not exactly a subtle framed print after all.

Got my world map at last, been looking for a while and at that price not so daunting if i cock up hanging it
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