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This beautiful wallpaper is completely natural. It is made by hand from a mulch of Mulberry bark, which creates the interesting surface texture. While it is still wet the leaves and grasses are laid on top to form the design.

The petals are gathered in the early morning, while they are still damp with dew, and incorporated with the grasses and leaves into the paper as it is drying.

Jane Gordon Clark used these natural forms to design the gently waving motif so that it would seem to grow upwards on the paper, creating an organic feeling of life.

The effect on the wall is visually stunning. The hand made quality of the paper gives your room an individuality which brings harmony and beauty of nature into the interior space.

The paper is made of panels measuring approximately 2.50m to 3m x 50cms. It can be hung in the conventional way, all around the room, or single panels can be hung individually to make a unique decorative feature.

There are two different designs, Springtime and Summertime, and each one incorporates different flowers and grasses.

The colours of the flower petals define the colourway, so Marigold petals produce an orange design, Isis is a deep purple blue and Bougainvillaea is a deep pink.

£105.00 per panel
Natural Petal


Springtime   in Marigold with leaves and grasses
Isis with leaves and grasses
Bouganvillaea with leaves and grasses
Summertime   in Marigold with leaves and grasses
Isis with leaves and grasses
Bouganvillaea with leaves and grasses

The irregularities in Natural Petal are an essential part of its charm, bringing spontaneity and life to the design.

Select an image below for more information:


Springtime Marigold
Springtime Marigold
Springtime Bourganvillia
Springtime Bourganvillia



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