Self-adhesive wallpapers in the shape of a circle, with a linen structure, this is our new proposal for decorating your interior.
Town Hall depicts the beautiful Wrocław town hall, called the pearl of Gothic architecture in Lower Silesia. It was built over 250 years - constantly beautified, enlarged and improved. The oldest part of the building was built in 1299.
It is the eastern wall depicted in the Town Hall pattern that attracts the most attention. There is a tower clock on it, one hand of which determines the hours, while the other hand is responsible for indicating the phases of the moon . Around the golden shield you can see Egyptian symbols of the seasons: the symbol of winter is the letter "T" with two legs, the elegant letter "U" stands for summer, "O" with a tail stands for spring, and autumn is marked with an inverted letter "W".
The author of the pattern is Kamil Siudziński, born in 1983 in Wrocław. A computer graphic designer by profession, an artist by passion. He creates contemporary art and at the same time crosses his own boundaries without limiting himself to one style, subject and medium. In my works I present people, nature and architecture.
Wallpapers in the shape of a circle are prepared as a decoration with a diameter of 130 cm or slightly smaller if additional elements protrude from the pattern, such as flowers, wings or other details.
The wallpaper is easy to apply, does not require the use of glue, and can be applied not only to the wall, but also to furniture.