Steampunk by The Graduate Collection
Designer: Charlotte Corey
"Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit, you can never have enough rabbits. A clever and intricate wallpaper design featuring the Wimbledon rabbit playing tennis and the Empress Josephine rabbit decked in her finest jewels. The perfect conversational wallpaper."
Roll Length 10 METRES
Application Method PASTE THE WALL
Substrate NON WOVEN
Delivery Time: Please allow up to 10 days for delivery.
Charlotte Cory is an artist with an established studio and gloriously quirky world of her own. She reworks Victorian photographs into her own imagery to create a whole alternative vibrant 19th Century in which the animal kingdom is clearly in charge. Her works are in the Royal Collection, have been shown at the Royal Academy together with installations at the Bronte and John Soane's museums. "Wallpaper is so important in a room, it can instantly change the whole feel of the space and the whole mood of the people in that space. I hope my wallpapers will make people feel happy..."
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