Pigeon Wallpaper in Slate
Pigeon Wallpaper in Slate
Additional units available to ship in 2 to 4 weeks.
Aimee Wilder's designer wallpaper is generally printed upon order. Please allow up to 10-16 weeks to ship out and receive tracking.
Please note: Once an order has been submitted, it cannot be cancelled.
Bring NYC vibes to your room with its notorious mascot - the pigeon! This quirky pattern pays homage to one of the most common birds found all over the world.
- Material: Digital pigment print on clay-coated, FSC-certified paper.
- Measurements: 28 inches wide x 5 yards long per single roll.
- Design Repeat: 36 inches
- Design Match: Straight
- Main Element Size: 1 pigeon measures 2.125 inches tall.
- Smaller orders (generally under 10 rolls) come untrimmed.
Aimee Wilder draws her inspiration from contemporary graphic art and the design world. Influences include typography, logo design, illustration, textiles, urban toy design, rock poster art. Aimee's current projects include designs for home textiles and accessories, fashion and print.
Please note: Burke Decor does not accept wallpaper returns at this time. Why? Wallpaper is produced in batches (similar to tile) and due to dye-lot variations that occur based on when the rolls are produced, we are unable to accept returns.
Untrimmed wallpaper means that when you unroll the wallpaper, you will see that there is a
blank area on the left and right sides of the wallpaper. This is called the selvage edge, and it is
approximately 1.5” on each side. This will need to be trimmed off prior to installing the wallpaper.
Your selvage edges are clearly marked with what are called “trim join” marks.
Trim join marks are placed exactly in between the pattern edge and the selvage edge of the
wallpaper. The purpose of trim join marks is:
To define the exact place to line up the pattern repeat with the next drop of wallpaper
To define the exact place to trim the wallpaper along the selvage edge
Why Are Wallpapers Untrimmed?
Most traditional high-end wallpaper is provided untrimmed. The reasons for this are many.
Valuable Information: Selvage edges provide a space for the trim/join mark, which allows the
installer to quickly determine the pattern repeat and match.
Superior Installation: Most knowledgeable and experienced installers prefer to trim their own
selvage edges. It provides them with more control when matching the wallpaper seams. Are you
working with an installer who does not like to work with untrimmed wallpapers? This likely
means that they lack experience with untrimmed wallpapers.
Damage Prevention: The most common way a roll of wallpaper is damaged prior to installation
is by being dropped on its end. When a roll of wallpaper is dropped on its end, the paper gets
smashed and it can ruin the roll. This risk is significantly reduced with an untrimmed roll, since a
damaged end is simply trimmed and discarded.
Trimming wallpaper is an extra step, and most wallpaper installers will assign a small upcharge
for this service. However, the extra step provides superior results and superior craftsmanship.
Table Trimming vs. Double Cutting
Table Trimming: This is the process of laying out the wallpaper along a horizontal flat work
surface (such as a table) and trimming the selvage edges off using a sharp razor prior to
hanging. We recommend this method for most installations, because it is considered less risky.
Double Cutting: Some wallpaper installers specialize in what is called double cutting. That is
when you do not pre-trim the wallpaper on a table, but rather you hang two drops of wallpaper
on the wall, overlap them, and trim both at the same time on the wall, and pull off the selvage
while the wallpaper is wet. For some installers, this is their specialty and they prefer it, having
ample experience and success with this method. If this is the case, then you should trust that
your installer is choosing the best method for your installation.
DIYers: There are a lot of YouTube videos that offer tutorials on how to hang untrimmed
wallpapers using a double cutting method. We recommend table trimming, NOT double cutting
If in doubt as to which trimming method to use, we suggest table trimming. The major risk with
double cutting is that you can cut through the wall surface below the wallpaper, causing serious
damage to the wall and the installation.
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All orders over $50 enjoy FREE SHIPPING with delivery to an address within the 48 contiguous states. Shipping on orders under $50 is $7 USD. Depending on size and contents parcels ship via UPS, USPS, FedEx or DHL.
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Parcels shipping to Alaska and Hawaii are charged on a flat rate depending on weight.
Orders weighing between 0.1 lbs - 10.0 lbs are $15 USD
Orders weighing between 10.1 lbs - 20.0 lbs are $20 USD
Orders weighing between 20.1 lbs - 40.0 lbs are $40 USD
Please note, furniture and items weighing over 40 lbs cannot be shipped to ALASKA and HAWAII without requesting a quotation in advance of ordering.
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International shipping lead times can be longer than the domestic lead times listed on the product page.
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