Dark Floral II Light Vinyl Wallcovering

Dark Floral II Light Vinyl Wallcovering

A giant dahlia plays the lead role in this large-scale floral wallpaper design, the first sequel to the original ‘Dark Floral’.

Black Desaturated
Black Desaturated
Black Saturated
Black Saturated
Gray
Gray
Light
Light
100%
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€25.00
€25.00
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Product Specifications

Dark Floral II Light specifications

 

DESIGN

Color
Black, white, off-whites, beiges, muted pinks, purples, greens.

Repeat
97.4 cm wide x 100 cm high (or 38.35” wide x 39.37” high). It is a halfdrop repeat.

Size
The strips are 125 cm (49.21") wide. The length of the strips is variable, depending on your measurements.

Scale
The largest white flower is 47 cm (or 18.5”) in diameter.

 

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

Material
350 gr/m2 non-woven fleece wallcovering with a vinyl coating.

Fire Safety
EU (EN 13501-1): B - s1 - d0
US (ASTM E84)Class A (drywall)

Lightfastness
ISO 105-B02: 7 out of 8 Blue Wool Scale

 

ENVIRONMENTAL

Health
The material is classified as non-hazardous: DIN 52900 or 91/155/EEG,2001/58/EC

Care
Ellie Cashman Design® vinyl wallcovering is sturdy and durable, and is easy to clean with a damp cloth.

Details

Use this ‘Dark Floral II’ floral wallpaper to make a statement art piece of an accent wall or a little garden jewel box of a powder room. This large-scale botanical print transports you to a darkly beautiful, fantasy garden world.

Inspired by the still life paintings of the Dutch Golden Age, this print features sinewy, serpentine vegetal gestures. Alongside the large dahlia, which is roughly 47 cm (18.5”) in diameter, peonies, roses, tulips and hydrangeas are painted in the style of the Old Masters. A single butterfly perches on a sinewy stem It is painted with incredible attention to detail and heightened contrast between dark and light. This light version is crisp and fresh.

Ellie always likes to give her florals toughness by pairing them with ‘hard’ materials: matte-shiny metals like brass, copper and gold, an iron side table or plant stand, stone tiles, concrete floors or exposed brick, for example.

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