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Charlotte Wallpaper

£114.99 per roll

A beautiful wallpaper with multicoloured meadow flowers taken from hand painted archive images created for 'The Ladybird book of Wildflowers' first published in 1957. The design has an ethereal sunlit quality to its soft floral shades and brings nature to walls in the most natural yet beautifully sophisticated way.

Roll Dimension 52cm x 10.05m
Pattern Repeat Vertical 31cm, Horizontal 52cm - Straight
Care Spongeable
NOTE This is a 'paste the wall' product
NOTE Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.
Charlotte Wallpaper A beautiful wallpaper with multicoloured meadow flowers taken from hand painted archive images created for 'The Ladybird book of Wildflowers' first published in 1957. The design has an ethereal sunlit quality to its soft floral shades and brings nature to walls in the most natural yet beautifully sophisticated way.
  • Charlotte Wallpaper A beautiful wallpaper with multicoloured meadow flowers taken from hand painted archive images created for 'The Ladybird book of Wildflowers' first published in 1957. The design has an ethereal sunlit quality to its soft floral shades and brings nature to walls in the most natural yet beautifully sophisticated way.
  • Charlotte Wallpaper A beautiful wallpaper with multicoloured meadow flowers taken from hand painted archive images created for 'The Ladybird book of Wildflowers' first published in 1957. The design has an ethereal sunlit quality to its soft floral shades and brings nature to walls in the most natural yet beautifully sophisticated way.
  • Charlotte Wallpaper A beautiful wallpaper with multicoloured meadow flowers taken from hand painted archive images created for 'The Ladybird book of Wildflowers' first published in 1957. The design has an ethereal sunlit quality to its soft floral shades and brings nature to walls in the most natural yet beautifully sophisticated way.

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