Sowing and Setting Wallpaper by Alice Pattullo - Pigeon
Alice Pattullo Wallpaper for Hamilton Weston
Sowing and Setting in Pigeon
Directly influenced by a quote from Thomas Tusser, a 16thC English farmer and poet: "In March, May and April, from morning to night, In sowing and setting good housewives delight; To have in a garden, or other like plot; To trim up their house and furnish their plot"
Designed and printed in England. This wallpaper is printed to order with delivery times 2-3 weeks.
This design is available in colourways : Broadbean, Rhubarb, Stone, Blueberry, Russet, Rhubarb& Custard
|W 52cm x H 10m sold per roll / 7M2 approx. each
|83.90cm/approx.33.03 ins straight match
147 gsm Non-woven wallcovering, off white
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
Other colourways available
Also available in a cotton/ linen blend textile fabric
2-3 weeks lead time
Bespoke printed item
*Unfortunately, it is not possible to refund made to order wallpaper and fabrics.
More about Allice Pattullo...
Alice Pattullo is an illustrator based in East London. Alice works on commissioned illustrations for a variety of clients including Bon Appetit, Country Living, Crabtree and Evelyn, Design for Today, Faber, Fortnum and Mason, Gardens Illustrated, The Ginger Pig, Little Toller, National Trust, Sainsburys, The V&A Museum, and The Village Voice.
Alongside this she regularly explores British traditions, sayings, rhymes, folklore and superstitions in her personal work, producing limited edition screen prints for sale.
In Spring 2022 Alice launched her first wallpaper collection 'Arcadia' predominantly inspired by a childhood growing up on her parents allotment in the North-East. 'Arcadia' takes a nostalgic look at associated memories, flora and fauna as well as recalling a more recent reconnection with nature; pacing the tree-lined streets and parks of London during the pandemic. This colourful series takes its inspiration from historical textiles and embroideries, with a focus on the nature and landscapes of England, its traditions and folklore.