This classic sisal wallcovering boasts sheen, texture and an endless color palette. From chic neutrals to saturated hues, it offers a bevy of tactile options that are a sophisticated step above a simple paint job. Available in 39 colours. Please note a grass weave will always have a noticeable join on seams.
Where fine art meets street art, Graffito is an abstract graphic print. The trademark handpainted pattern brings the expression of movement and texture to a room. Graffito now comes in nine fashion colorways on a fine 100% paper ground. Pair with the coordinating Graffito Fabric.
This wallcovering comes as an A+B set.
Please see below photo A & B (Showing the set)(Sold as set)
Inspired by a beautiful, painted silk, this wallpaper was designed in the Sanderson studio. Telling a story of English water gardens, Emperor ducks, characterful frogs and regal koi carp pair with irises and roses to recreate the spirit of the 1930s.
A great cost effective alternative to Schumacher Lotus Garden.
Chinoiserie Hall is inspired by a beautifully coloured archive wallpaper called Chinese Magpie, believed to be designed by William Turner (1867-1936) and produced by Jeffrey & Co. In this iteration, intricate budgies perch on delicate branches amongst springtime blossom and neat buds.
A pretty and subtle all-over leaf design lifted from the background of our Lily wallpaper. An excellent choice for all four walls, Standen is available in two beautifully accessible colours, pairing perfectly with the entire Morris & Co. fabrics range. This wallpaper was reprinted in 2017 for a restoration project at Standen House in Sussex.
Dramatic swirling leaves coil around on this monochrome wallpaper. The Morris & Co. studio enlarged the original 1892 design and painted it in the style of medieval frescos with dramatic effect creating a show stopping, 140cm width wallpaper. Also available as a printed fabric and woven cloth.
This stylish ivory wallcovering features a dense scalloped arrangement of palm fronds that is delicately rendered with a subtle ombré effect. Part of the Mystique collection, this mid-scale, allover botanical will add dimension and tropical glamour to your walls. Also available as a fabric.
Inspired by American folk art, this motif will whisk you away to stories of old unleashing childlike enthusiasm for fairy tales. Walk through an imaginative land, from dark rolling hills carpeted with wild flowers to a tree growing giant orange pears and a whole dance of mythical creatures along the way.
Travellers Tales and Pear Tree from the Kit Kemp Collection take their toile de juoy motif from the giant mural-style wallpaper Mythical Land. Yet with added pinks and oranges at almost neon tones, the stereotypically traditional design and age-old mythical scenes are retold for the contemporary world. Kit suggests using Pear Tree wallpaper up a staircase, as if these colourful trees will lead you up to the fresh and abundant world pictured, complete with leaping leopards and giant sliming snails.
ISLET COLLECTION - A new fabric and wallpaper collaboration with artist @pipspiro. It was a natural step for Anna and her business partner and brother Sam to team up with their sister-in-law Pip Spiro, who is a watercolour painter known for her vivid use of colour and uplifting aesthetic. The result is an amalgamation of art, interiors and family life, drawing on their mutual passion for colour and pattern combined with a shared connection to little island havens.
Insitu Photo credit – Anna Spiro Textile Instagram
Produced using four films, Otto wallpaper palmette has beautiful depths, alternating lustre and matte. It recalls the work of Otto Wagner, founder of modern Austrian architecture and advocate of functionalism.