Model # 93744

Internet #203908707

Graham & Brown 56 sq. ft. Brick Paintable White Wallpaper

Graham & Brown

56 sq. ft. Brick Paintable White Wallpaper

  • Brick design adds character and coziness to your space
  • Sturdy and durable - covers minor cracks and bumps on walls
  • Can be painted with any interior paint to create a unique style
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$2530 /roll

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Product Overview

Brick effect wallpaper is ideal for a feature wall. Experience the elegance of wallpaper in your decor without sacrificing the versatility of paint. This paintable wallpaper is suitable for most rooms with the exception of kitchens and bathrooms.

  • Paste the paper application for easy installation
  • Paintable to match any decor
  • Covers minor wall imperfections and paneling
  • Each roll is 11 yds. x 20.5 in. and covers 56 sq. ft.
  • Washable with a damp cloth and soapy water

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is there a texture in this wallpaper?

I'm looking for a brick wallpaper with a minor 3D effect. Is this the one?
Asked by: Passion4DIY
Yes. It's not a print, but a textured design.
Answered by: Coki
Date published: 2017-05-04

Is there a match on this paper?

Asked by: OnlineShoppingMomma
if you mean repeat, about every 25", but you can get away with a lot less since with paper is textured.
Answered by: Coki
Date published: 2017-05-04

Is this wallpaper made of vinyl?

Vinyl? Non-woven?
Asked by: mcmomma
no, it's paper. It can be left as is, while means it's absorbent, or it can be painted to any color to suit your décor and to make it more wipe-able.
Answered by: Coki
Date published: 2017-05-04

Can this be applied to basement concrete walls?

Asked by: Diana
I wouldn't apply any wall paper to basement concrete. Your surface needs to be very smooth and dry. What you might try is vinyl tiles which are approx 10" square and come in some nice decorative styles these days. But honestly your best bet is to overlay your concrete first with drywall or plywood, and then paper, paint, or tile as you please.
Answered by: Coki
Date published: 2017-05-04
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56 sq. ft. Brick Paintable White Wallpaper is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used it as a back splash in the kitchen. Natural, not painted. It's absorbent, so it won't ma... I used it as a back splash in the kitchen. Natural, not painted. It's absorbent, so it won't maintain too well, but it looks great. Price was good. Shipping was quick. Pick-up at the store was easy.
Date published: 2017-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very easy to put up and nice looking. Very easy to put up and nice looking.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice product. This wallpaper was exactly what I wanted to use as feature wall in our 1977 home. All the walls were painted a pretty retro color, but the feature wall was the biggest and needed a nice focal point that was not only textured but looked appropriate to the era. This wallpaper process is definitely a two person job, no exceptions! This will test all your martial frustrations so fighting will ensue. The key is to have adequate lighting, a huge open workspace (like a drop clothed floor) to lay the wallpaper out the exact length, and the ability to apply the paste (that's another review.) Also, plan your entire day to do this in large scale. No rushing or you will not be pleased. I'm not going to lie, it can be a difficult project if you have never applied traditional wallpaper. If this was the "dip in water pre-pasted" wallpaper, it would not be that hard. Wear the appropriate attire: shoes, gloves, eyewear. And use the correct tools for application! THIS IS KEY! I bought the kit, worked awesome. Follow all the timing rules, they DO make a difference. The only suggestion that is not mentioned in all the guidelines in the piece cutting. On the seams (we had 5!) I would suggest "ripping" bits into the bricks AND ONLY the bricks (not the grout line) that line up. The textured feature really needs that rough uneven texture to pull off the "seamless blend" look. Also, DO make the seams overlap a bit since as they dry they shrink and you don't wanted 'butted seams' that are obvious. USE THE SEAM ROLLER like it's going out of style after application before the paste dries. BEST finishing tip I learned myself is after the dry time (We applied in July and it was rainy! So give yourself extra dry time, about a day before any finishing like paint)...I used white trim caulking to fill in the seams that overlapped but would not stay flat. Use it like a "glue" and clean up like a caulking job and roll flat. Then use a light to shine along the wall to see if there are any loose/flappy/or raised seams ridges. We painted it traditional white with a quality paint and people have to touch it and feel the texture because they don't believe it's not real brick. GOOD LUCK, hope this helps!
Date published: 2015-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! I am redoing my kitchen with a lot of problems on the wall built in 1940's plus they are 9 foot to the ceiling. It hides a lot of imperfections.. I have ripped it trying to get it on the wall and it just goes back together and you can not find the rip. Moves easy to line up.. Great to work with..
Date published: 2015-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great wallpaper Used to cover serious imperfections in small hallway. Paper is thick and great at concealing uneven surfaces. Paper isn't pre-pasted, use lots of paste to adhere.
Date published: 2016-03-01
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