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Sep

22

APEX – Cinto

This hard-to-believe-its-vinyl wallcovering simulates weathered wood by combining a random grain pattern with a bark-like embossing.

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20

Sep

22

APEX – Tacora

Horizontal striations and blending layers of colour in a colour palette of earthy hues

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20

Sep

22

APEX – Worner

Worner is a contemporary crosshatch design influenced by organic textiles, available in 20 neutral colour ways.

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20

Sep

22

APEX – Orrin Chevron

A bold chevron stripe design available in 16 colours inspired by nature.

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20

Sep

22

Glyn Cottage

Glyn Cottage embodies an idyllic escape to the countryside. Beautiful landscapes are something we have in abundance in the UK. The delicate muted colour palette creates a sense of calm and escapism.

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20

Sep

22

Wisteria Lane

Wisteria Lane was inspired by the blooms of wisteria that cover some of the most spectacular buildings in Britain. From stately homes and castles to cottage gardens, cascading wisteria is a symbol of life and heralds the beginning of summer.

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20

Sep

22

Twiggy

Inspired by the flora and fauna of the British countryside, Twiggy is a hand-drawn collection of foraged foliage. The colour palette is inspired by nature, from crisp spring hues to earthy tones reflecting the passing seasons.

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20

Apr

22

Sanctuary – Wilderness

Lose yourself in the woods and explore the wilderness in this wistful sprawling landscape. Recolour, rescale and print onto any of our base materials, including textures, metallics and window films.

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20

Apr

22

Sanctuary – Horizon

Broaden your horizons and explore new possibilities! This endless horizon wallcovering bridges the gap between the outdoors and the indoors.

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23

Sep

21

Batik

Tapping into the trend of resistance dying techniques, our Batik design was derived from a hand-dyed piece of fabric. In addition to the delicate tonal background print, the emboss we’ve used adds to the tactile feeling of creased fabric after the dying process. Traditionally batik dyes came from natural plant sources. The most widely used were indigo blue and soga, a warm brown colour made from the bark of the soga tree. We have used these and continued the natural dye theme throughout the rest of the palette.

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