Wallpaper Kuba

This wallpaper is inspired by Kuba cloth. The pattern of Kuba cloth originated in the 17th century in the Kuba kingdom of central Africa. Kuba textiles have been designed and handcrafted by the Kuba ethnic group in Congo. Traditionally woven using raffia palm fibers, Kuba textiles with their geometric patterns are renowned as a significant art tradition from Congo.

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* Beautiful matte finish
* The wallpaper is sustainable and biodegradable. As a result, the non-woven wallpaper has no negative influence on the natural environment.
* The non-woven wallpaper has the best emission label A+.
* The inks are water-based and therefore avoid harmful vapors and environmentally unfriendly concentrations in the air.
* The non-woven wallpaper from Catchii complies with the European standard (EN 13501-1:2007) for fire safety and the new standard for VOC emissions.
* Produced in The Netherlands