Designed structurally and visually for residential and commercial use.
Please read further to technical information, colour-ways and room-sets.
Each design has a different repeat size. Matching Fabrics and Cushions are the same size repeats.
52cm wide, 10m drop, 180gsm.
A smooth non-woven with a matt printed finish with a slight sheen to the print.
Handling and Care
Paste the wall. Use a quality pre-mix tub adhesive for non-woven wallpapers.
Avoid contact with the printed surface.
Spongeable. Light fastness – good.
EN BS 13501-1:2002 Class B, s1 d0
FSC Certified C104236
Unprinted weight 180gsm
Printed using HP Latex In Technology
Cellulose 48.6. Polyester 16. Binder 18.2. Fillers 16.9. Others 0.3
All my wallpaper and fabric is printed to order, therefore I’m sorry that returns and refunds aren’t possible.
I aim to deliver 4 weeks after confirmation of order.
Please … Scroll down for thoughts and advice regards how your room is naturally lit and therefore advice on how you might choose to decorate.
Wallpaper In situ
Please scroll down to view wallpapers in situ. Note that the designs in these images may not match the actual repeat size, they are just to give you an idea of the effect of each design.
All my designs are available in Duchess Satin, Velvet or Linen Weight Fabric and Cushions to compliment or contrast each other. Not forgetting our latest addition to this wonderment … complimentary fabulous Furniture.
“Fearlessly Fabulous” and ” … not afraid of colour … “
Some Room-Sets, showing my work in action:
No Sex Please, We’re British; SexVidsMagsToys
The Boston Swan
The Boston Duck
Wallpaper Hanging Instructions;
Congratulations you’ve made a great choice in purchasing a very high quality British product.
Making the Most of Light (taken from Farrow and Ball paint chart)
North Facing Rooms;
It can be difficult to create a feeling of space in north facing rooms as they tend to have a cooler and harsher light. If your room is smaller in size use strong colours to create an intimate cocooning atmosphere.
South Facing Rooms;
These rooms are full of warm light throughout the day, so maximise that feeling by choosing soft tones which offer a contemporary edge.
East Facing Rooms;
To create as much warmth as possible in this slightly bluer light, look to softer duck egg colours. Pair with darker tones on the woodwork so that walls appear lighter in contrast.
West Facing Rooms;
Whites will keep west facing rooms feeling airy as they can feel bluer in the morning, and become warmer throughout the day.