Under the Sea Painted Mural
Under The Sea Photo Mural
The Ocean on Your WallOur Under the Sea Painted Mural will bring moonlit magic to an evening full of life.
If your budget is low, but your dreams are grand, consider the depth of our giant painted murals. They fill an entire wall, and better yet, they provide guests with the most realistic setting imaginable.
All of our quality painted murals are reproduced on eight easy-to-handle pieces of heavy mural paper.
Size when assembled is 9 feet high x 12 feet 8 inches wide.
Permanently secure them to the wall using included wallpaper paste (included), tape them together and temporarily attach to the wall or mount them to cardboard or foam core.
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Q:I read that this can by attached onto foam board how can I do this, and where can I get board that big?. Also how do you attach the board to the wall without damaging the wall?Asked on 3/9/2013 by nikki from Bk, NY
A:You could tack or staple it to foam board. I would suggest contacting a local printing or office supply company to locate large sheets of foam board, for a mural this large you would probably have to use more that one sheet of it. As far as not damaging the wall, that depends on they type of wall you hanging it on. If you affix the mural to a board of some sort, they you could possibly just lean it against the wall to avoid damage.Answered on 3/13/2013 by csr
Q:Is this 9' high and 12' wide?Asked on 1/27/2012 by Anonymous
A:Yes, the size is 9 feet high x 12 feet 8 inches wide when fully assembled.Answered on 1/30/2012 by csr