This new design was created as a bespoke design for the the Alladale Wilderness Reserve in the Scottish Highlands, leader in rewiding movement, and recognised as Europe’s most eco-friendly hotel by the recent Boutique Hotel Awards. The design features endangered species such as white-tailed eagles, pearl-bordered fritillaries and Scottish wildcats, which Alladale is actually helping to breed. Other iconic elements include heather, Spear thistle, and black grouse. Handsome Dan, their most spectacular resident Red Deer also makes an appearance. A towering Caledonian pine is home to a pair of Scottish crossbills, the only British bird found nowhere else in the world. The Alladale River meanders through this rolling scenic design which builds upon the current passion in interiors for honouring the natural world. Available as wallpaper, printed linen and, soon, as a velvet.
• Each roll is 27.6" x 10.9 yards
• Repeat: 27.33″ x 18.11″, half drop
• Printed to order, 2-3 week lead time.
• The designs are printed on Uncoated Non-woven 147gsm. This design will also be available on Coated Non-woven 147gsm. The uncoated wallpaper has a matt finish and vibrant but gentle, muted colours. The Coated wallpaper has a slight shine, is more wipeable and has deeper colours.
• Fire certified for both Europe and the USA. Classified to BS En 13501-1-1:2002, class B, s1, d0
Multi colored illustration on dark background
Newton Paisley designs tell the stories of endangered and neglected species, whilst rejoicing in their extraordinary diversity and beauty. Their mission is to celebrate nature and inspiring people to create beautiful, biophilic home-habitats. As reported by Pattern Observer, flora and fauna make up fully 70% of the textile design market across fashion and home interiors, yet often these designs are lick-and-stick or lacking context in the natural world. Newton Paisley designs are different – full of geeky specificity, authenticity, narrative, love…. Each design tells stories of neglected and endangered species, and, even better, contributes towards the preservation of critical wild habitat.