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Synthesising Art Deco with a penchant for the animal world, the ‘Art Deco Menagerie’ series is a spirited collection of prints featuring stylish animal motifs on striped and leopard backgrounds.
Anthropomorphized animals dressed up in finery are depicted in this iconic print. A hookah-smoking sloth, a frog in a bowler hat, a fanning otter and an imbibing badger, amongst others allure to at least a few of the seven deadly sins.
Originally hand-painted onto wood, Flights of Fancy is a unique work of art featuring a symphony of British birds. Swans, jays, blackbirds, grouse, wrens and chaffinches
New season print 'Babylon’ features the weeping willow’s majestic boughs in a pattern repeat reminiscent of Art Deco grandeur. The mood harks back to the best of the 1930s and 1950’s.
Harking back to Hollywood’s golden age of decorating, TAROVINE sees the Monstera Deliciosa leaf hand-painted in a dramatic proportion for a truly striking scheme.
With its inspiration in equatorial oases, PAMPAS depicts the intertwining silhouettes and shadow formations from banana leaves, ferns and grasses.
Bring the foliage of the ancient Silk Route into your home interior with LIMERENCE Papyrus luxury wallpaper. Take a journey through the exotic grasslands of Sri Lanka to the Indian Ocean with this print.
Sumatra depicts a mystical scene of the palmed jungle temples of Indonesia. At its forefront is the magnificent Sumatran tiger, gazing out across his kingdom.
The impressive scrolling ACANTHUS leaves were first designed by William Morris in 1874, and mark the beginning of his stage of large-scale wallpaper design.
As part of the House of Hackney x William Morris collection, PEACOCK AND DRAGON is reimagined and remastered for this special collaboration.