Please note: Due to the measurement and sizing options, this product is available for Pre-Order only. Usually ships within 5-10 days after placing the order.
What a wallpaper this is! A dream coming true! Certainly for us, but we believe - well, we're sure - that this wallpaper is a dream come true for every toddler. A real paradise world, African Savannah Adventure with lots of animals that every child loves!
The design of this wallpaper has taken a lot of effort. At DEKORNIK they didn't just wanted to design a wallpaper that has a certain width and looks good on a wall of a specific size only. Their wallpaper can be used either on a 100 cm wide wall or a 400 cm wall! This patern is repetitive and the animals are arranged in such a way that there is no possibility that you will cut any of characters in half while fitting the wallpaper to your wall. It was indeed an Einstein-like effort for us!
The most important things you need to know about this gorgeous Savannah Adventure wallpaper:
The wallpaper starts with an elephant. Half an elephant to be exact as the whole figure would be about 150 cm - 180 cm and in some cases it will take up half of the room! That is why the elephant appears on the wallpaper once as it inaugurates the pattern, and then it disappears. The pattern is repeated but without the elephant.
The pattern is divided into stripes - 50 cm wide. The animals are arranged so that their heads are more or less at the same a distance from each other. Therefore, when cutting the panels, there is no possibility that the giraffe's head will split or that the toucan will lose its beak. Evenly distributed animal figures also help to adjust the wallpaper to the dimensions of the wall.
How to order a wallpaper?
First, measure the wall's width. Then, take a look at the reference drawing, where we have visualized what your wallpaper will look like when ordering, for example, 3 or 6 panels (3 panels = 150 cm wide, 6 panels = 300 cm). Finally, order as many panels as you need for the size of your wall. The visualization shows the arrangement on a wall with a width of 400 cm. If your wall is longer, the pattern will repeat again from the 5th stripe.
Before applying the glued wallpaper, please try putting it against the wall to see how it looks. NOTE - the first strip is glued the strongest starting FROM THE BOTTOM. This is due to the fact that at the bottom of the wallpaper you can see the ground where the flowers are arising from. It means that if we have a wall that is 260 cm high and we start to stick the wallpaper from the top, we may have to cut off from the 20cm bottom at the end of application to fit the wall. It would mean cutting off the image with flower bedding. We hope it is understandable now why it is always better to stick the first strip from the bottom (it's not difficult!) or at least put it on the wall first and adjust the heights. The method has been patented by the designer Kasia "Bachor" Rostkowska.
Please take note of how high the animals are to make things easier for yourself: the elephant is 155 cm tall, the giraffe - 230 cm tall, and the flamingos are between 140 to 190 cm tall. A tiny lion cub hiding behind the leaves is 65 cm tall, and the trees in the background are climbing to a height of almost 252 cm.
The pattern is by Kasia Goraj Stryska and Kasia "Bachor" Rostkowska! We love such cooperation!
The wallpaper is divided into stripes:
Height: 280 cm
Width: 50 cm
These stripes will fit every standard flat as there is that extra 20 cm of length so that you can cut to the height of your wall.
Ordering wallpapers in stripes is faster and simpler. Just measure the wall and order the number of stripes that you need. You won't need extended professional consultations anymore. Here you can't go wrong.
The narrow wallpaper stripes guarantee that the wallpaper will fit almost perfectly to the width of the wall. What's more, the repetitive pattern, where each of the stripes looks identical, allows the pattern elements to flawlessly arrange on the wall once we glue the wallpaper starting from the ceiling. Thanks to this, there is very little surplus material.