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Dark Puya flower
Atra flower wp
Atra Flower

Puya atra is an important food source for spectacled bears and have extraordinary turquoise flowers, an incredibly rare flower colour. The flowers are pollinated by super-heroic little hummingbirds which can fly at speeds which, relative to body length, are greater than any other vertebrate, with wing-speeds of over 80 beats per second.

This design is part of The Beatrice Edit. With exquisite botanical detail, it builds upon the growing passion in interiors for honouring the natural world. Furthermore, for every roll of wallpaper sold, 100m2 of critical wild habitat is preserved through World Land Trust. Ten percent of profits will also go to support Rebuilding Together in Ukraine.

This is an eco-friendly fine gicleé digitally-printed “real” wallpaper. It is printed in the UK on a natural non-woven cellulose-based substrate made from recycled materials, recycled polyester (PET) fibre and recycled wood pulp. The production process is solvent free with minimal waste and energy inputs.

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Carolina Monarch Natural R
Carolina Monarch Natural R
Carolina Monarch Linen

This medium scale print celebrates the migratory Monarch butterfly whose larval food-plants, the milkweeds, have been depleted to critically low levels by herbicides. The population of monarchs that spends its summers in the Carolinas, undertakes an incredible multi-generational migration every year to forests in Mexico where they overwinter. Plants like echinacea provide them with rich sources of nectar for this journey. As well as Echinacea purpurea, the most common of the coneflowers, this design features Echinacea leavigata, an endangered coneflower native to North Carolina.

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Monarch Prunus
wp27A Carolina Monarch Natural
Carolina Monarch Wallpaper

This medium scale print celebrates the migratory Monarch butterfly whose larval food-plants, the milkweeds, have been depleted to critically low levels by herbicides. The population of monarchs that spends its summers in the Carolinas, undertakes an incredible multi-generational migration every year to forests in Mexico where they overwinter. Plants like echinacea provide them with rich sources of nectar for this journey. As well as Echinacea purpurea, the most common of the coneflowers, this design features Echinacea leavigata, an endangered coneflower native to North Carolina.

Companion prints include Carolina Parakeets and Carolina Posies.

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Madidi Gold wallpaper
Madidi gold
Gold Orchid

Madidi gold orchid – Many years ago when Susy was studying bears in Bolivia, the first of the flowers she illustrated, collected and pressed was a mysterious orchid with a captivating zigzag to its form. When a shaft of sunlight illuminated it through the cloud forest, it seemed to have a golden glow. An orchid specialist from the Herbarium identified the genus as Odontoglossum and suspects the species may be bicolor. 

This design is part of The Beatrice Edit. With exquisite botanical detail, it builds upon the growing passion in interiors for honouring the natural world. Furthermore, for every roll of wallpaper sold, 100m2 of critical wild habitat is preserved through World Land Trust. Ten percent of profits will also go to support Rebuilding Together in Ukraine.

This is an eco-friendly fine gicleé digitally-printed “real” wallpaper. It is printed in the UK on a natural non-woven cellulose-based substrate made from recycled materials, recycled polyester (PET) fibre and recycled wood pulp. The production process is solvent free with minimal waste and energy inputs.

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LuckyBean square
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Lucky Bean

Lucky Bean – Erythrina lysistemon is an African wonder tree that fertilises the soil, helps farmers time their planting with the appearance of the stunning red blossoms in Spring, makes live barbed fencing, provides black and red seeds for jewellery… As well as these uses, every part of the plant provides sustenance: the flowers give nectar to birds and bees, the leaves are eaten by creatures from rhinos to kudu, the flower buds are relished by vervet monkeys, and the bark is consumed by elephants and baboons. Even the roots are eaten by bush pigs. What a lucky bean. 

With exquisite botanical detail, this design builds upon the growing passion in interiors for honouring the natural world. Furthermore, for every roll of wallpaper sold, 100m2 of critical wild habitat is preserved through World Land Trust.

This is an eco-friendly fine gicleé digitally-printed “real” wallpaper. It is printed in the UK on a natural non-woven cellulose-based substrate made from recycled materials, recycled polyester (PET) fibre and recycled wood pulp. The production process is solvent free with minimal waste and energy inputs.

£1£258
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Hummingbirds Forest
Hummingbirds in Cream
Madidi Hummingbirds Wallpaper

The Madidi Hummingbirds design is a tribute to the incredible diversity of Andean hummingbirds, of which there are 140 different species. This design features Andean Hillstars, Great Sapphirewings, and Giant Hummingbirds. These super-heroic little birds can fly at speeds which, relative to body length, are greater than any other vertebrate, with wing-speeds of over 80 beats per second. They also serve as specific pollinators for many flowers such as those in the Puya genus. The bases of these bromeliads are important bear foods and many have beautiful turquoise flowers. They also have natural antifreeze and some of the longest flower spikes in the world such as Puya raymondi, known as Queen of the Andes, the spherical plant bases and spikes depicted in this design. This plant grows to 15m (50ft) tall with 30,000 individual flowers when it blooms, which is once every one hundred years!

The contemporary design has quite an elegant structured style and a limited palate based around the blues and greens of the Puya flowers. With exquisite botanical detail, it builds upon the current passion in interiors for honouring the natural world. Furthermore, for every roll of wallpaper sold, 100m2 of critical wild habitat is preserved through World Land Trust.

This is an eco-friendly fine gicleé digitally-printed “real” wallpaper. It is printed in the UK on a natural non-woven cellulose-based substrate made from recycled materials, recycled polyester (PET) fibre and recycled wood pulp. The production process is solvent free with minimal waste and energy inputs.

£1£258
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Madidi Hummingbirds Oxblood
Madidi Hummingbirds Wallpaper Stock
Madidi Hummingbirds Wallpaper Stock

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The Madidi Hummingbirds design is a tribute to the incredible diversity of Andean hummingbirds, of which there are 140 different species. This design features Andean Hillstars, Great Sapphirewings, and Giant Hummingbirds. These super-heroic little birds can fly at speeds which, relative to body length, are greater than any other vertebrate, with wing-speeds of over 80 beats per second. They also serve as specific pollinators for many flowers such as those in the Puya genus. The bases of these bromeliads are important bear foods and many have beautiful turquoise flowers. They also have natural antifreeze and some of the longest flower spikes in the world such as Puya raymondi, known as Queen of the Andes, the spherical plant bases and spikes depicted in this design. This plant grows to 15m (50ft) tall with 30,000 individual flowers when it blooms, which is once every one hundred years!

The contemporary design has quite an elegant structured style and a limited palate based around the blues and greens of the Puya flowers. With exquisite botanical detail, it builds upon the current passion in interiors for honouring the natural world. Furthermore, for every roll of wallpaper sold, 100m2 of critical wild habitat is preserved through World Land Trust.

This is an eco-friendly fine gicleé digitally-printed “real” wallpaper. It is printed in the UK on a natural non-woven cellulose-based substrate made from recycled materials, recycled polyester (PET) fibre and recycled wood pulp. The production process is solvent free with minimal waste and energy inputs.

£160
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MerciaBeesCream
Mercia Bees Natural
Mercia Bees Linen

Mercia Bees is a smaller scale print in the English Mercia collection, with a 6” horizontal half drop repeat. It features the short-haired bumblebee, a species driven to extinction in England, but recently reintroduced into specially planted flower-rich meadows in the region of Dungeness. The bees are foraging on clover, and pheasant’s eye, a rare wildflower introduced to the UK in Roman times.

 

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Mercia Bees Deep Blue
Mercia Bees Cream
Mercia Bees Wallpaper

Mercia Bees is a smaller scale print in the English Mercia collection, with a 6” half drop repeat. It features the short-haired bumblebee, a species driven to extinction in England, but recently reintroduced into specially planted flower-rich meadows in the region of Dungeness. The bees are foraging on clover, and pheasant’s eye, a rare wildflower introduced to the UK in Roman times. The design has a nostalgic feel while also having a crisp contemporary feel. With exquisite botanical and biological detail, this design is part of the growing passion in interiors for honouring the natural world.

 

£1£258
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Tree frog silk scarf
Rabb's fringe limbed tree frog scarf
Rabb’s fringe-limbed tree frog silk scarf

A delicate and detailed design with hand-drawn illustrations on slate grey with flashes of magenta, burgundy, greens and yellows. It is of an elegant neckerchief size: 60cm2.

This vibrant silk scarf commemorates the Rabb's fringe-limbed tree frog and species with which it was found in the Valle de San Anton of Panama. This extraordinary species, which was declared extinct on September 26, 2016, could sail through the air, change colours, and had an incredible way of providing snacks for its tadpoles. To learn more about this species read my blogpost.

For every scarf purchased, £20 goes to support the Amphibian Survival Alliance.

£95
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Venus flower wallpaper
Venus flower bed
Venus Flower

Venus flower – Dionaea muscipula Venus fly traps are found in bogs which are low in the nutrients vital to plants like nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus. These ingenious plants solve this problem by preying on beetles and spiders. (Flies are actually rarely consumed.) Their traps snap shut in less than 0.1 seconds. This most famous of all carnivorous plants described by Charles Darwin as “one of the most wonderful in the world” is native to the Carolinas in a small area around Wilmington. The blooms are rare, delicate and beautiful.

This design is part of The Beatrice Edit. With exquisite botanical detail, it builds upon the growing passion in interiors for honouring the natural world. Furthermore, for every roll of wallpaper sold, 100m2 of critical wild habitat is preserved through World Land Trust. Ten percent of profits will also go to support Rebuilding Together in Ukraine.

With exquisite botanical detail, this design builds upon the growing passion in interiors for honouring the natural world. Furthermore, for every roll of wallpaper sold, 100m2 of critical wild habitat is preserved through World Land Trust.

This is an eco-friendly fine gicleé digitally-printed “real” wallpaper. It is printed in the UK on a natural non-woven cellulose-based substrate made from recycled materials, recycled polyester (PET) fibre and recycled wood pulp. The production process is solvent free with minimal waste and energy inputs.

£1£258
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