Spitfires in Lilac

Regular price $ 150.00
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Size
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Overview
Children's spitfire wallpaper in lilac with graffiti style planes in a sludgy green. An iconic English ‘plane that boys young and old adore. The Spitfire became one of the iconic ‘planes of World War II, helping win the Battle of Britain. Our boys may well never fly in a Spitfire but they can enjoy imagining themselves as brave young pilots whizzing about the skies.

Measurements
• Each roll is 20.5" wide x 11 yards long
• Repeat: 20.8", half drop

Additional Notes
• Printed to order, 2-3 week lead time. 
We use FSC Accredited Sustainable forest paper. This means ‘your wallpaper has come from a forest that is managed to the highest standards to meet the social, economic, ecological, cultural and spiritual needs of present and future generations’ www.fsc.org
• Made in Norfolk, England

Color Description
Green illustration on lilac background

Additional Info
Read more about the artist, Paperboy, here.

 

 

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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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