‘The Lost Garden’ is our wild botanical chintz-inspired wallpaper from the ‘British Biophilia’ Collection.
The pattern is inspired by the late botanical artist William Kilburn, he was famous for his detailed chintzes in the 18th century.
Drawing from the beautiful Spring flowers growing at Shute Farm’s forgotten Peace Garden, in Somerset. This is a sumptuously dark ground colourway, which make all the flowers pop, giving any room a little bit of sunshine!
You’ll discover a tangle of chicory, buttercups, ox-eye daisies, knapweed, honey suckle, enchanter’s nightshade, mallow, dandelion, quaking grass, plantain, queen’s lace, borage and bladder campion.
Roll Length: 10 metres
Roll Width: 70 cm
Repeat Size: 70 x 97.8 cm
Wallpaper Quality: Toll Coated Non-Woven
10% of profits is donated to fauna-flora.org