Margaret Gatty was a 19th century phycologist, a collector and researcher of seaweed, a pioneering scientist at a time when female scientists were very thin on the ground indeed and the sight of a respectable woman, the wife of a vicar no less, foraging on the shore in her petticoats would have been, to put it mildly, surprising. Her extraordinary collection of seaweeds is housed at St Andrews University in Scotland and is a testament to the richness and diversity of one the most productive and dynamic ecosystems on Earth.
Stripes are a great way of accentuating the height, making rooms appear wider or taller – or even scaling them down. Getty’s Kelp Forest both grabs your attention and provides subtle interest - an excellent choice when bringing pattern into your home!
Roll Length 10 metres
Pattern Repeat 26 x 48cm
Application Method PASTE THE WALL
Now more than ever we need to take more care and consideration to look after our planet. All Annika Reed papers are 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.
Please note all wallpaper is printed in batches. There can be a slight difference in colour between each batch to avoid this we print to order.
Please allow 2-6 weeks for delivery and ensure you order the correct quality of rolls to enable the perfect match.
The collective noun for a Chough is a chatter. The year 1947 saw the last successful nesting attempt of the Chough in Cornwall. A Chough lived near Newquay and patrolled...
Dispacus Fullonum or the Fullers Thistle was once widely used in textiles processing. The finishing of the cloth was called fulling and the teasel provided a natural comb and raised...
My favourite author as a child was Roald Dahl. Dirty Beasts is a collection of rhymes about unsuspecting animals. The Anteater though seemingly absurd and fantastical is more than a...
Le Jardin Secret Wallpaper by Mind The Gap A sumptuous panel style wallpaper featuring decorative and grotesque oil painted elements from the house of a Dutch noble man. Inspired by...