This vibrant pattern transports you to spring, the glorious floral design depicts an abundance of Lily of the Valley in full bloom. A sign of purity and happiness this bold design will create a striking contrast with minimalist interiors or complement the mood of an already colorful scheme.
This wallpaper holds a special place in my heart. Lily of the Valley was my Nanny Ivy’s favorite flower. The flower symbolizes purity, youth, sincerity and discretion, but most importantly it symbolizes happiness, and in old Germanic tradition it is customary to give someone you love a bunch of Lily of the Valley flowers on May 1st.
This wallpaper celebrates this purity and happiness, the small white flowers quietly stand their ground against the field of green, and channeling female strength and vitality.
• Each roll is 20.5” wide x 11 yards long
• Repeat: 10.25", straight
• Printed to order, 2-4 week lead time.
• FSC Certified and printed with fade proof, environmentally friendly inks. They are made in the UK using Britain’s finest digital wallpaper manufacturer helping to reduce our carbon footprint.
Multi colored illustration on a dark blue background
All Annika Reed designs begin with a sketchbook and pen. She refines, then hand draws the images onto a piece of Asian wood, where she carves them according to the age-old practices she learned while doing a residency at the University of Shanghai in China, in 2006.
While in China she worked alongside masters in woodblock printing and developed her unique style. Traditional woodcuts are printed from separate blocks, one created for each color. she works differently, carving away each color, one at a time, and uses the same block to print all the layers of her designs. It takes at least a month to complete a full series of carvings and color layers. This process of wood carving and painting in layers produces uniquely rich, layered, painterly prints. All designs are printed by hand in her studio in London using non-toxic techniques. Ink is rolled onto the wood and printed over the previous layer. Some designs only need one color, others require several.