Lost World, Red W0117-05

Regular price$ 260.00


The Lost World Wallpaper, made in collaboration with Clarke & Clarke, depicts an enchanting scene of discovery, featuring curious peacock-tailed zebras, winding foliage, towering mountains and mighty dinosaurs in the distance. There is a whole world to explore within this intricate hand-drawn design, inspired by Jules Verne adventure novels and the 1925 silent film The Lost World. This Wallpaper will create a bold focal point in your home with its striking red background, shades of teal and zebra print color palette. Lose yourself in the stunning details of this statement wallpaper, guaranteed to transform your interior into a world of wonder!

• Each roll is 20.5" wide x 11 yards long
• Repeat: 27.01"

Additional Notes
• 2-3 week lead time, if in stock
Coordinates with the Wilderie Collection fabric
• Made in the UK

Color Description
Multi-colored illustration on a red background

Additional Info
Emma J Shipley is a graphic artist specializing in fine drawing; taking inspiration from myths, legends and the unique beauty of the natural world. Emma painstakingly draws each design by hand in pencil, fusing highly skilled draftsmanship with a subversive imagination; capturing nature’s unpredictable beauty.

Why choose us?

we're committed to good design

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.

painterly patterns

bold, eclectic design

Hand painted brush strokes create movement and variation in design

design for the littles

imaginative interiors

Create an environment that will nurture your childs' creativity and allow the imaginative side of their personality to blossom

Laissez les
bons temps rouler

"Let the good times roll"