Inspired by the pedestal base of a ceramic vase, this striking leopard spot border design has been created to be hung horizontally around the base of a wall but as a further option it can be hung vertically as a reverse match to create a dramatic and opulent wide graduated stripe. Featuring an ornamental ‘moulded’ edge atop a softly graduated band of leopard spot markings, this border design will be a striking addition to any interior. At 70cm high, it is sold on a ten metre roll.
Interior image features 109/13060 and 109/2010
Width & Height 10.05metres & 68.5cm
Match No alignment
Application Method PASTE THE WALL
Please allow up to 3 working days for delivery.
This is part of the 'Ardmore' collection by Cole & Son. A charming and stylish new range of wallpapers and borders in collaboration with Ardmore Ceramic Art celebrating African traditions and culture. Drawing inspiration from Ardmore’s colourful and quirky ceramics the collection explores Africa’s exotic flora and majestic fauna: from rare birds to big cats, elephants, rhinos and mischievous monkeys; as well as the beautiful patterns of Zulu beadwork and woven basket ware.
Colour palettes are drawn from the natural landscape: from the chalky, ochred desert plains and sun-bleached shimmering outcrops to the vibrant fresh greens of water-kissed rainforests and exotic colourings of native flora and fauna. The result, a strikingly sophisticated collection of wallpapers that includes soft and subtle explorations of the majestic landscape as well as colourful creations capturing the vibrancy of traditional African culture.
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