Wallpaper Collections

  • The Coastland Collection

    The Coastland Collection

    <p>The Coastland Collection features Australian native flora and fauna and is inspired by the coastal landscape south of Sydney. Featuring pen and ink drawings, charcoal sketches and washy lines of watercolour drawn onto soft, subtle backgrounds.</p>
  • The Crosshatch Collection

    The Crosshatch Collection

    <p>The Crosshatch Collection is a series of simple and striking patterns based on the sketching style of hand-drawn lines to denote different levels of 'shading'. The neat lines have been painted with strokes of watercolour, that become more complex as the numbers increase.</p>
  • The Omega Collection

    The Omega Collection

    <p>The Omega Collection features four hand-painted designs and takes its name from the Omega Workshops, an art and craft collective set up in 1913 by a group of artists who later became known as the Bloomsbury Set.</p> <p>On the cusp between the established styles of art &amp; craft and the movement towards modernism, the Omega artists’ passion was designing and making textiles, furniture and ceramics.<br />Our collection takes its cue from their free-style painting technique and their liberal use of pattern and colour.</p>
  • The Suketchi Collection

    The Suketchi Collection

    <p>SUKETCHI is a collection of five different fabric and wallpaper patterns. Each design is an expressive reaction to our shifting socio-political world as reflected by the natural environment.<br />Painted with ink but in the manner of woodblock, the white design is left ‘cut’ from the wash of color.</p>
  • The Watercolour Collection

    The Watercolour Collection

    <p>The Watercolour Collection consists of richly patterned and colourful wallpapers inspired by vintage textiles and embroideries from Europe and the Middle East. Multi-coloured and painterly, all the designs have been initially hand-painted with water colour. The patterns are drawn in a broad and light manner and many of the marks wash into and blot the paper, it's these imperfections that give the collections a natural and spontaneous character.</p>
  • The Carding Mill Collection

    The Carding Mill Collection

    <p>Inspired by the craft of weaving, Carding Mill is a collection of subtle, textural patterns in timeless colours drawn from nature. The starting point for the collection is Carding Mill Valley, a small picturesque spot in the Shropshire Hills near the Welsh border in the UK. Falling somewhere between a pattern and a plain the small-scale, understated designs and refined palette derive from the natural environment - rocky outcrops, tumbling streams, mires and flushes, heathland, ferns and grassland.</p>


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