Brambleweb, Dove on Nude
Brambleweb is a hand drawn design of never ending tangled brambles with metallic thorns, creating art nouveau shapes with a slightly Gothic edge and creating the effect of being nestled in a bramble thicket.
The design is reminiscent of the thorny brambles that entwined everything and everyone within the castle where Briar Rose lay sleeping for 100 years.
The wallpapers and non-woven substrates are all sourced from sustainably managed forests and are printed at one of the few remaining, traditional, wallpaper printers in England, using non toxic water based inks.
• Each roll is 20.5" wide x 11yds long
• Vertical repeat is 14.96", straight match
• 2-4 week lead time
• Made in the UK
• Material: Non-woven ‘paste the wall’ wallpaper
Grey and gold illustration on nude background
Abigail’s first wallpaper collection launched in 2011, the hand-drawn designs, inspired by nature and fairy tales.
All Abigail Edwards’ products are made in the UK where possible and are environmentally responsible. The wallpapers and non-woven substrates are all sourced from sustainably managed forests and are printed at one of the few remaining, traditional, wallpaper printers in England, using non toxic water based inks.
The collection has recently expanded to include fabric by the meter and accessories as well as the award-wining wallpapers that have featured in numerous magazines and grace the walls of homes and commercial spaces around the world.
Abigail began her career studying fine art at Wimbledon School of Art in London and the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. After a brief stint assisting in galleries in New York, a passion for interiors took over and she returned to London to style shoots and write about interiors for a diverse range of editorial and commercial clients; such as Ikea, The White Company, Marks & Spencer, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, You Magazine, House & Garden and Country Living amongst many others. She was also Deputy Decorating Editor at Country Homes & Interiors magazine for several years.