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Graham & Brown 56 sq. ft. 1 Double Roll Small Ceiling Tile Paintable White Wallpaper
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Graham & Brown

56 sq. ft. 1 Double Roll Small Ceiling Tile Paintable White Wallpaper

  • This product can be painted to match your décor
  • Pre-pasted wall covering
  • This is a double roll which covers a total of 56 square feet
$21.96 /each

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This versatile wall covering is great for ceilings or walls and is paintable to coordinate with any decor. Heavily textured, this pattern is great for covering problem walls in older homes. It is convenient and easy to set up.

  • Pre-pasted wall-covering
  • Beautiful wall covering is textured for a great visual look
  • Wallpaper is paintable so you can add any color to your room for a great look
  • Wall covering is washable so it can be safely washed with soap and detergent

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do you know the width of this roll of wallpaper

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May 21, 2015
small ceiling tilel paintable wall papers.
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September 22, 2015
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20 1/2 inches
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July 15, 2015
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20-1/16" wide
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June 16, 2015
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Yes 20.625" Just a hair over 20 1/2"
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May 21, 2015
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The Graham & Brown 56 sq. ft. 1 Double Roll Small Ceiling Tile Paintable White Wallpaper is 20.5" wide.
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What is the measurement of each square?

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August 17, 2016
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Each square measures 4.75" inches from point to point.
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August 16, 2016
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This wallpaper comes in rolls not squares. But I did measure a square from some left over wallpaper and each square is 5X5 inches if that helps.
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August 16, 2016
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Each piece is 33 feet x 20.5 inches.
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can i paint before i hang?

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May 9, 2016
i want this on my ceiling as a patina'd silver, can i paint it and then hang it? seems like it would be much easier to not work upside down.
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May 13, 2016
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We do not recommend painting the wallpaper prior to hanging. After hanging the wallpaper, it is recommended to wait a minimum of 36 hours before you apply a coat of paint to ensure the adhesive has dried. Painting too soon can cause the wallpaper to bubble.
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May 11, 2016
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Yes, you can paint it before hanging it. When I used this on my back splash , I painted it before I glued it on. Also I pasted the wall instead of the paper. That will keep your paper from getting soggy. I also used Mod Podge,which you can get in a gallon jug. It can be applied with a paint roller with a foam roller on it. Hope this isn't too much information.
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May 10, 2016
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Yes, you can paint the wallpaper before you hang it.
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what would you use to assure this paper adheres to a ceiling?

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April 22, 2016
I am trying to cover old discolored acoustic tile.
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April 26, 2016
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Hi Kloegrace,
We would recommend that you prime the ceiling first to ensure you have a smooth surface for hanging. This product is prepasted, so no additional adhesive is required for this to adhere to the ceiling.
Thanks for your question and good luck with your project.
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I would get a gallon of mod podge. That is great as glue. I used it to stick this wall paper on my back splash. You could use it with a paint roller with one of them foam rubber rollers. also I would paste the ceiling,then stick the paper to it. You can control dry paper easier than wet paper.
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I applied this to a kitchen back splash and used a wallpaper paste to the back of it. Worked great. I did not wet the front at all as you do for a pre pasted paper. Used a small paint brush to apply it with.
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56 sq. ft. 1 Double Roll Small Ceiling Tile Paintable White Wallpaper is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 41.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great ceiling cover alternative I used this wall paper to cover drywall that had been scraped clean of popcorn. Though the paper is prepasted, I didn't feel there was enough stick to make it adhere to the ceiling. I ended up adding pre mixed paste as well. I made sure to add a generous amount of paste to the edges but still had to go back and touch up the seams once installed with additional paste. The paper will stretch quite a bit once you get it wet. The overall look is the best if the seams don't overlap at all, and the seams virtually disappear once you apply a few good coats of paint.
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from love my copper ceiling I live in a mobile home and wanted to do a copper ceiling in an inset where my florescent light fixture was. Instead of painting it on the ceiling I painted it on a sheet of plywood resting on 2 card tables 1st with dark copper flat paint (which it soaked up like water) Then I used metallic copper by Rustoleum water based paint to do the metallic coat. (again easier to paint flat than hurting your neck) I did trim for the top join, corners, and bottom which were also painted copper. We applied wallpaper paste generously to the ceiling as well as the paper when we hung it, make sure you do a straight line for your 1st row. I love it with the flush mount fixture I painted to match.
Date published: 2016-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Double Roll small ceiling tile painable white wallpaper Done that big NO NO---hung wallpaper with help from my husband LOL!!!! He was a good helper, we cut a couple of the really long strips in half to hang it easier. Took longer than I thought. I used wallpaper paste on the ceiling with a paint brush only the area we were working on, still wet the paper like the directions. I done this way so it wouldn't come down and it was easier to move the wallpaper around. The finish product looks WOW! Just got it done in time for Christmas family dinner, and had 22 family members and of course they all raved about the kitchen. I would do this again! Looks like a pro done it only whole lot cheaper!! Deb
Date published: 2016-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This wallpaper looks awesome! I wallpapered my arched entry way ceiling with this paper. It was easy to hang and it looks great! I did use a little bit of paste on a few edges, but not much. The prepaste works really well. I painted mine with a bronze metallic paint and then sponged on aged copper to give it dimension. People who see it are amazed by it. I am very happy with my project. Looks just like tin ceiling times but only a fraction of the price!
Date published: 2013-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I`ve used this paintable wallpaper in a bathroom years ago and have repainted it three times, different colors. Still looks awesome. So now I have put it up in my kitchen as a backsplash and painted it a semi gloss white. Looks just like ceramic tile.
Date published: 2016-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nicer than I expected Good quality product. It holds up well, but I wouldn't let it sit soaking for the ten minutes as they recommend as the paper will become too soft and tear easily. Five minutes worked perfect for me. I hung it on my ceiling and it looks great!
Date published: 2016-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it, but learn how to put it up. LOVE IT, see photos. First, you HAVE to use a mildew resistant Primer on a smooth surface, because this vinyl is white but somewhat sheer and shows discolorations underneath. It is also stretchy, so draw your guideline on the ceiling. You MUST use Wallpaper Adhesive--buy the one for HIGH HUMIDITY (even though it is pre-pasted). Forget about buying those long crescent shaped brushes to smooth down the paper after you hang it--this paper is embossed/the design is raised, and you will destroy the paper and really mess the application up if you use that--BUY a rubberized roller to smooth the paper down. Buy a wallpaper tray, and when ready to wet the paper, absolutely roll the paper wrong-side out to place in water, and use only HOT bathtub water to keep rolling it in -- use an egg timer for how long it sits in the water (by directions), and immediately book it (fold the glue side to the glue side to work on each other). Do NOT use a paint roller on the ceiling to apply the Wallpaper Adhesive, because the lumpy roller covers leave enough uneven spaces without glue that you will pay for it later--so use an old fashioned big paint brush and do it by hand to get full coverage and smoothly--it will actually go faster doing it. It's best to get a high level standing stool to be close to the ceiling. Buy some of the seam glue and apply it as needed--in high humidity it stays put like Elmer's glue, but the adhesive paste will pucker and then re-stick itself when you have used a roller instead of the hand brush. Don't let someone stick the far end of the paper to the ceiling so that it will be off the floor, and expect you to peel it down as you go to reset it because it STRETCHES the paper, and you ll find yourself in another mess. Go slow, make people who help you actually hold it up behind you, or drape it across something wide and tall! Do not try to trim the floor board edges or top with a knife while wet, this paper doesn't cut like paper, it will mess up the paper, let it dry a bit to trim. All in all it's worth doing it right!
Date published: 2015-01-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Tin Ceiling Look! We had to replace our ceiling, so when we did, I wasn't too keen on the idea of getting a smooth, flawless sanding since it's an old home, and I wanted to do something like this on it anyway. I worked with 3-4 ft sections at a time. If I had the chance to do it again, I would solicit help and do as long a strip as possible to minimize the having to match up. Otherwise, I love it! Everyone is complimenting it! Make sure you prime before hand.
Date published: 2013-02-04
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