Jungle, Plantation

Regular price $ 110.00
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Size
Only 1 items in stock!

Overview
The giant shield-like leaves of the tropical banana plant stand tall creating a fan shaped pattern of large-scale graphic leaves and flowers. The largest herbaceous flowering plant, the banana plant’s leaves can grow to over 2 metres long and 60cm wide, resulting in an arresting and breathtaking visual masterpiece

Measurements
• Each roll is 20.5" wide x 11 yards long
• Repeat: 25.19", half drop

Additional Notes
• 2-3 week lead time. 
This is a "non-woven" type wallpaper, which is highly durable and easy to hang (as you can paste the wall). The wallpaper can be cleaned with a damp sponge or cloth.
• This wallpaper is printed with water-based ink, which is non-toxic, free of heavy metals and classed as non-carcinogenic.
PEFC certified & Printed in the UK

Color Description
Shades of grey, coral, and peach illustration on a pale grey background

Additional Info
Read more about the artist, MissPrint, here.

Why choose us?

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The Pattern Collective is a textile studio with a well curated collection of high-end, distinctive wallcoverings and fabrics from around the globe.

From Transylvania to South Africa (and everywhere in-between) we import unique collections such as Mind the Gap, Angela Groundwater, and Kariokas. You can browse our extensive collection online or in our New Orleans studio by appointment.

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