Thursday, 11 February 2016

Daisy meadow wallpaper in dusk


I'm excited about my new wallpapers. I took some pictures yesterday so I could get them up on the website. This design was inspired by the abundance of wild flower meadows that I saw when I visited Norway last year. It features daisies, stitchwort, pignuts, shepherds purse, harebells, vetch, hairgrass, quaking grass,  and all sorts of other grasses that I don't know the names of.


I never thought I'd have a pink product. Pink is not my usual colour but my student intern Oly suggested we give it a try at the factory so we did. I liked it but still I never thought I'd take it to print. 


But as the weeks went by it grew on me and it got good feedback from visitors to my studio. My friend Kate Lycett said that it was the perfect compromise for decorating a little girls room when the girl LOVES pink and the Mum is not so keen. She said something like 'It's not ice cream pink....and it's not knicker pink, it's the perfect tasteful in-between pink that we can both agree on'!


We did joke about calling it 'not knicker pink' but we opted for 'dusk' instead. I love the warmth of it. I love how it is the same soft tone as newly plastered walls. 

Here it is on the website and you can order an A4 sample of it here to see the colour for yourself.

I hope you like it as much as me.

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