Introducing 'Midnight Meadow' shown here in the Twilight colourway. Inspired by the flowers found in our British garden meadow with an otherworldly twist, we have a beautiful interlinking pattern to satisfy anyone with a penchant for repeating detail. Also available in two other colours.
Roll Length 10.05 metres
Application Method PASTE THE WALL
Please allow up to 4 weeks for delivery, but do get in touch for current lead times.
Sand & Sushi, the luxury wallpaper brand, is very much a family affair. Run by sisters Danika and Kimberley, who share a lifelong passion for pattern, colour and the traditional arts, this provides the basis for everything they create.
Danika’s innovative self-taught approach ignited the spark leading
to the creation of Sand & Sushi. The creativity which slowly began to emerge over the kitchen table involved experimenting with photography, screen print and digital art, leading Danika to rediscover her love for pattern. Sand & Sushi was then brought effortlessly into realisation by the hand of her sister Kimberley, a film industry concept artist and illustrator who’s stunning work has graced movies such as Star Wars - The Force Awakens and Wonder Woman.
Their new venture offers a fresh look at wallpapers by combining the expertise inspired by the Victorian and East Asian traditions with a brave and modern take on home decor.
Introducing 'Manchurian Crane' shown here in the Eggshell Blue colourway. Featuring one of the worlds rarest cranes, as a symbol of luck, longevity and fidelity. The East Asian crane is surrounded...
Introducing 'Japanese Bee' shown here in the Dawn Mist colourway. Featuring the Japanese honey bee who performs a dance on our papers in amongst flourishes of foliage and honeycomb. ORDER...
Introducing 'Crows Nest' shown here in the Sea Grey colourway. Living next to a small wood alive with the cawing of crows settling into their murder every evening, we felt like...
Introducing 'Crows Nest' shown here in the Taupe colourway. Living next to a small wood alive with the cawing of crows settling into their murder every evening, we felt like a...