It took me a few tries to find the best way to attach this to the wall. I settled on an adhesive caulk that worked well. I used caulk in the gaps and painted them after they were on the wall. The results are great. The light catches the panels at different angles and makes the panels look very interesting. I am very happy with the results and plan to do similar projects in other rooms.
2 complaints: shipping damage & hanging. These things need to be better packed for shipping. At least one corner of EVERY single panel was damaged during shipping. A pretty common sense solution would be to NOT place packing material on the corners, leaving just open space there between the corners and the box. My 2nd complaint is that they're not as easy to hang as claimed. Gluing takes time and it sux having to press on it for a few minutes while the glue grabs ahold. I found that a combo of glue and staples work best, but then u have to spackle the staples. Speaking of, I was also able to hide the seams and damaged corners by spackling them. Aside from that, they look great. They're made of cardboard though so be sure to place them where they won't likely be pressed against.
A quick and inexpensive way to add character to a home especially since I plan to sell my home in the near future. Easily affixes to wall, a little caulking/fill to clean up seams and paint and in a couple of hours I had crown molding in my main living room. Can be easily removed, also, without hurting ceiling or walls.
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