"Ocean Blues" by Artist Adjei
Adjei's fearless use of color and symmetry draw you into variations of one face with many emotions. Explore the beauty of Ghana on his canvas and all the faces that have inspired him along the way.
iC Murals provides a bridge between amazing artwork and interior design. Meticulously curated original paintings, reproduced on premium adhesive vinyl, or canvas. Our Murals and Decals are great for art lovers, interior designers or homes and businesses looking to upgrade their space. A boutique gallery vibe with international Artists. Real artist. Real masterpieces, all with a simple 4-Step Installation. Our durable self-adhesive murals cling to your wall without damaging it. When you move, bring your mural with you. (Traditional wallpaper also available)
Product Details Features
- Re-Positional Material Is Safe For Walls
- Clean Surface, Peel, Trim, & Apply
- Adheres To Most Smooth Flat Surfaces
- No Tape, Paste, Nails, or Tacks Required!
- Commercial Grade Vinyl Resists Tears, Rips & Fading
- Enter your wall measurements below for pricing
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Before you begin there are a few things to keep in mind. We recommend a second person to help install your mural and be sure to inspect your wall. Your wall mural requires a smooth surface to ensure adhesion and proper appearance.
Step 1 - Prep The Wall
Smooth out any bumps and fill any cracks in the wall. Remove all switch plates and wall fixtures. Clean the surface with a warm. damp towel so the mural will stick directly to the wall, avoiding any dust or residue on the surface.
Step 2 - Peel & Stick
Measure and mark your preferred mural position on the wall. Peel the backing a few inches down away from the top of the mural. Apply the back of the mural to the wall and press it down.
Step 3 - Eliminate Excess Material
Once the mural is completley adhered to the wall, cut back any excess material around ceilings, trim and wall edges. Use a straightedge and a sharp blade for the best results. Cut slowly, and carefully.
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