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Now everyone knows I love a good old bit of wallpaper, the older the better! As I have so many pics of it, I decided to start a themed thread.  :D 

 

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I like this :) I know you love a bit of retro wallpaper. I'll have a hunt for some wallpaper in my iPhoto and add some soon - but i prefer toilets :D 

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8 hours ago, Urbexbandoned said:

Oooooff! Thats wallpaper porn, nice to see someone who shares my love of wallpaper :D The first and last are my faves :thumb I love that green bathroom 

Haha, thanks!  

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