From a horse tram to a tram on photo wallpaper
The tram came into being in the second half of the nineteenth century. Various means of transport, such as the omnibus and the rails from the ore and freight lanes, were combined to form a horse tram. And Manhattan was the first to do so in 1832, when the very first horse tram passed through the streets of New York. It was not until 32 years later that the first horse tram passed through the Netherlands, between The Hague and Scheveningen. And in the years that followed, the steam tram, electric tram and express tram lines entered the streets. Of all these trams we have beautiful photos and images in our collection that you can have printed on photo wallpaper.
From the old horse tram to the yellow and red trams that run through the streets of San Francisco. If you choose a tram wallpaper with black and white background then the colored tram really pops off your wallpaper.
Tailor made wallpaper with trams
If you have made a choice for a beautiful wallpaper with a tram, then you can use this easy online ordering. When we have received your order we will immediately start working on your wallpaper. We print your tram wallpaper on our large format printers. An image is printed in one piece, so patterns blend perfectly into each other.
As wallpaper we only use PVC-free non-woven wallpaper. Non-woven wallpaper does not shrink, gives a razor-sharp print and is easy to apply. The inks used are water-based and odourless. Production takes place on working days within 24 hours and delivery is within 1-3 days.
Attention! All around we print 5 cm extra because walls are not always straight. So the photo wallpaper is printed 10 cm wider and higher. After wallpapering you have to cut it away. Uncheck this option to have the wallpaper printed exactly to size, but please note that walls are not always 100% straight!
Don't forget to order the right tools. Then when you receive your order, you can immediately start applying the wallpaper.
If you are satisfied with your result, we would like to hear from you. Will you send us a picture of the result? Or share it with us on social media?