Lucky Leaf, Large Scale

Regular price$ 255.00


This canopy of clover was sketched by our founder Kate Hawkins. Hiding in amongst the clover crop is a four-leaf stem that has been picked. Traditionally the individual leaves of a four-leaf clover symbolize hope, faith, love and luck. With this wallpaper you can surround yourself with good fortune in your own home. *Please be aware there is a large-scale and small-scale option.*

• Each roll is 20.5" wide x 11 yards long
• Repeat: 26.7", half drop

Additional Notes
• 2-3 week lead time
• Digital print, Non-woven
• Made in Britain

Color Description
Green illustration on a cream background

Additional Info
Kate Hawkins (b. 1980 Southampton, based in London) studied at Edinburgh University and the Slade, UCL and in 2014 completed a practice-based PhD at Winchester School of Art. The same year she also launched CommonRoom. In 2013 she exhibited in Bloomberg New Contemporaries, at Spike Island and the ICA and in 2014 New Order II at the Saatchi gallery. More recent Exhibitions in include ‘Painting in Time’, the Tetley, Leeds, (2015) ‘Painting in Time: Part Two’, the Sullivan Galleries, SAIC, Chicago (2016) ‘Idea Home’, MIMA, Middlesborough (2017). Kate has designed Dressing and Undressing and Lucky Leaf for CommonRoom.

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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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