Inspired by a rainy morning walk when I sheltered under a low hanging beech canopy. I loved the way the light shone through the leaves creating overlapping shadows.
Shown here in pebble. This paper has been printed with inks with a slight sheen which is beautiful when it catches the light. The colour may vary from what you see on the screen so do order a sample to be sure.
A roll is 10 metres long and 52cm wide. Repeat size is 26cm straight repeat.
Please order an A4 sample from the drop down menu below to be sure of your colour.
Printed in the UK.
Wallpaper type: Printed on coated paper and is a 'paste-the-paper' application.
Roll length: 10 metres
Weight per roll: 682g
Repeat sizes: Beech design - 26cm repeat, straight match
Paper Meadow design - 76.2cm repeat, half drop
Meadow Grass design - 52cm straight repeat
Daisy Meadow - 52cm straight repeat.
Printed using a gravure cylinder in the UK.
You can read more about the process here on my blog.
One of our customers told us that 'Little Greene's Celestial Blue EH101' paint is a good match with teal Paper Meadow if you would like to paint a strip of the wall where the drops join just in case of any gaps.
How do I know how much wallpaper I need?
To calculate the amount you will need first work out the number of drops you will need (width of your wall divided by the width of the wallpaper). You may have to round the number up. You then multiply this number of drops by the height of the wall and you get the metres needed for your wall excluding the wallpaper pattern repeat. Multiply your wallpaper pattern repeat by the number of drops needed minus 1 (this is because the first drop doesn't need to be included). Add this figure to the metres needed without pattern repeat and this gives you the final amount of metres for covering your wall. Divide this by the number of metres on a roll to give you the final number of rolls needed.
Wall width is 348cm, wall height is 266cm
Wallpaper roll is 52cm wide with a 76.2cm pattern repeat and the roll is 10m long.
348/52 = 6.69 (rounded up to 7 = 7 drops)
7 drops x 266cm wall height = 1,862cm
76.2cm pattern repeat x 6 (7 drops - 1) = 457.2
457cm + 1,862cm = 2,319.20cm = 23.19 metres
23.19 metres divided by 10 metres on a roll = 2.31 rolls
Therefore you will need 3 rolls of wallpaper
How long will it take before I receive my wallpaper?
All orders will be dispatched within 3 days. You will receive an email when it has been dispatched. You will receive hanging instructions with the wallpaper.
Samples are availabe now.
Delivery is by Royal Mail or Parcelforce in the UK.
£5.65 for one roll
£8.90 for two rolls
Please ask us to quote for international packages.
What will happen if I have ordered too much wallpaper and have spare rolls left over - can I return them?
Yes, if this is within the 28 day period as referred to under 'Refunds and Returns'.
Returns and refunds
If you are unhappy with your wallpaper for any reason and would like to return it, returns will be accepted if returned in perfect condition in the packaging undamaged and within 28 days of receipt of the order. Full payment less delivery costs will be refunded to you. Shipping will be at the customers expense and we would suggest that you use registered post as we will not be responsible for any products that are lost or damaged. If the goods are faulty postage costs will be refunded.
"Superfast shipping and properly packaged. The paper is sturdy and easy to get a very good result when wallpapering. This wallpaper is the most beautiful I have ever seen and is stunning on the walls! Thank you Hannah for making my home more lovely!" Sia, Sweden
"Amazing paper ... high design, impeccable quality and speedy shipping & delivery. Super service! We are so very pleased with our choice!" Connie, U.S
"Hannah, it is absolutely stunning. I didn't realize how much movement there is in the pattern; the cow parsley lifts the eye and the other flora gives it such life. It it the best choice for our room - surrounded by trees, your paper enhances the view rather than competes. The fulfillment of a decade-long dream and search. We stared at it for hours last night. Thank you again, we are thrilled" Blythe, U.S