Introducing 'Wild Rosa Chinensis' shown here in the Danube Indigo colourway. Inspired by the Chinese papers created for the western markets during and before the Victorian era. We are offering you your own little piece of luxury, exclusively hand drawn and painted for your home. Wild Rosa is printed on our Parchment paper to give it that authentic soft finish.
Roll Length 10.05 metres
Paper Type Parchment Uncoated
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.
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