Autumn Wallpaper by Flora Roberts
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Flora Roberts Wallpaper
Enchanting new wallpapers, designed by artist Flora Roberts 'celebrating the seasons'
"When flowers have faded the garden here in Dorset remains beautiful . Honesty keeps its wonderful pearly quality when it has gone to seed. Grasses, winter ferns and cow parsley have striking silhouettes"
Designed and printed in England. This wallpaper is printed to order with delivery times 2-3 weeks.
This design is available colourways : Sepia, Nightfall, Frost & Fern
Wide Roll 10m x 70m
|63 cm half drop
147 gsm Non-woven wallcovering- white base Digitally printed
PVC Free FSC certified
|Samples and hanging info
Your sample will be a production section cutting. Please refer to photography for full design repeat.
Paste the wall application
Full hanging instructions available on request
2-3 weeks lead time
Bespoke printed item
*Unfortunately, it is not possible to refund made to order wallpaper and fabrics.
More from Flora Roberts...
I studied printed textiles at Glasgow School of Art and went on to do an MA in mixed media textiles at London's Royal College of Art. London is where I am now based.
I began my career working on textile designs for the fashion industry. Then a mural for the fashion boutique Paul & Joe in London led to futher commissions in private houses and other commercial projects. I have also designed fabric & wallpaper for Lewis & Wood, Sandersons, Zoffany, Mulberry Home & GP & J Baker.
In 2010, I was elected as a member of the Art Workers Guild, among whose founding members was William Morris.
In Autumn 2020, I launched my first collection of wallpapers at Hamilton Weston Ltd.
My decorative murals have been based mostly on the natural world. I sometimes manipulate trees and flowers to make a room appear bigger. If a more relaxed setting is required, I can use looser brushwork.
"I would describe my style as treading a line between traditional and modern..I'm very inspired by historical houses and like to imagine how their atmospheric decorative schemes would work in a contemporary setting.' Her work, which ranges from delicate depictions of flora and fauna to bold abstract pattern, can take from five days to a month to execute.' Sometimes I'm given a colour palette to work from; otherwise, I base colours on furniture, lighting and flooring already in the room. It takes time to get this right. If the subject matter is more neat and graphic, it has to be planned carefully, but if it is more natural, the painting can evolve organically and often benefits from this approach."