Wallpaper Wednesday: Shouchikubai from Farrow and Ball

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Welcome back Wallpaper Wednesday! It seems to have been a while since I’ve posted some of my wallpaper loves, so thought it was about time I showcased some new ranges and products.

I’m thrilled to show you a new print from the house of Farrow and Ball, as part of their brand new Autumn Range. Taking inspiration from all things Japanese, the range of 4 new designs offer something for everyone, from those who love to make a bold statement to those who prefer something more demure.

This one I’ve chosen to show you is called Shouchikubai which means apricot, bamboo and pine, all plants associated with celebration. It features flowers, bamboo and trees in a typical Japanese style, and has a very delicate Oriental feel. I do love how they’ve combined it with a graphic style pattern though to give it a bang on-trend feel.

As you may know all Farrow and Ball wallpapers are printed to order and match and co-ordinate with their paints exactly.

This one retails for £105 and can be ordered on the Farrow and Ball website, where you can also see the other designs in the new range.

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3 Comments

  1. School Gate Style
    October 15, 2014 / 4:35 pm

    Hi Jen – I’m totally all over your blog at the moment as our house purchase seems to be imminent…LOVE these wallpapers. I know they’re expensive but for a feature wall, they would just make a room come alive. Keep the inspiration coming my way!! Avril x

  2. October 22, 2014 / 12:56 pm

    At first I really didn’t like it, and thought it far too busy, but the more I look at this the geometric design looks really retro, and reminds me of something I remember seeing in a vintage shop in London.

  3. January 7, 2015 / 9:16 pm

    oh my word, the navy blue version is STUNNING. I need to find somewhere in my house to use it!

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