Masquerade Wallpaper in White
Pairs well with
Witch and Watchman Wallpaper & Fabric
Whimsical and eccentric wallpapers digitally printed on luxury non woven paper. Perfect for decorative lovers and those appreciative of the off-beat. Masquerade is mysterious and intriging,verging on the surreal, with images of magical mushrooms and natural elements possesing wonderous changes.
From London to L-A with influences from A beautiful era of Old Holly wood and Fairy Tales. These designs originalte as oil on canvas paintings by Helen Wilson then digitally repricated onto wallpapers and fabrics
Non woven wallpaper is incredibly easy to install and equally easy to remove. Tear-resistant when wet, making our wallpapers easier to handle while installing. Simply paste the wall and install.
Available in two colours, White and Black
Hand illustrated oil on canvas designs - digitally printed in England
Digitally printed on a Non-Woven substrate
Paste the wall application
Roll Width - 52cm x 10m
Tear-resistant when wet, making our wallpapers easier to handle while installing. Simply paste the wall and install.
Please order walpaper in single batches
All wallpapers are printed to order to reduce our impact and ensure a perfect colour match.
This is a bespoke print item and therefore non returnable
Approximately 1-2 weeks + Delivery
Samples 2-3 days
More about the Artist...
Witch & Watchman by Hellen Wilson
Witch and Watchman’s whimsical and eccentric wallpapers began in London, England. I had studied Fine Arts at Central Saint Martins, specialising in painting. After graduation, I worked as a graphic designer then a full-time artist, however neither of these seemed to be the perfect fit. In 2014 I was struck by the idea that I should re-appropriate my painting skills to create intricately off-beat wallpaper designs. I went down the rabbit hole of the eccentric and created Witch and Watchman's first hand-painted wallpaper and fabric design – Amazonia.
As a former Fine Artist turned wallpaper and fabric designer, I combine traditional hand painting with modern technologies. Each quirky wallpaper motif is hand-painted by myself in oil on canvas, then digitally scanned and edited to form a seamless pattern. The files are then sent to a specialised printer in the UK, with a long history in printing the highest quality luxury wallpapers and fabrics.
My work draws from many inspirations, such as Old Hollywood, fairy tales and Film Noir. Specific examples being, Miss Havisham’s house from Great Expectations, the Addams Family home, and old overgrown Hollywood mansions like Gloria Swanson’s house in the film Sunset Boulevard. My great desire is to bring fine art into everyday life, not limited to a frame, but patterning the walls, upholstering furniture, and turning a space into a personal eccentric gallery.