Dimensions: A4 (21x29cm)
Delivery is free on UK sample orders.
Samples are delivered via Royal Mail First Class in the UK. Please allow 1-3 days for delivery.
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The boutique Milana Hot Pink and Grey wallpaper was inspired by the 17th century Russian wood painting style called Khokhloma. The striking design features swirls of exquisitely detailed flowers and leaves, complemented by freehand brush strokes. And the colour palette of greys, back and hot pink accents gives the traditional pattern a modern twist, making it a stunning wall feature.
Olenka wallpapers are made in England by a leading fourth generation, family run manufacturer that not only produces excellent quality wallcoverings, but also takes environmental responsibility very seriously.
This striking boutique wallpaper has been featured in a number of British and international publications. To view some of the features please click here
As seen on the lovely Dear Designer Blog.
NON WOVEN WALLPAPER– ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS
Non Woven Base – 45% of Non Woven is wood pulp (cellulose fibres), which is a natural fibre, which is completely biodegradable and comes from FSC certified Forests (well managed Forests). 15% of Non woven is polyester fibres, there is a mixture of Aliphatic (biodegradable) and Aromatic (non degradable) fibres. To summarise a high percentage of non woven is biodegradable. Non woven is also recyclable and goes into the ‘Mixed Paper Range.’
Furthermore, through its construction of Wood pulp and Polyester fibres and no top vinyl coating, it can also be described as breathable allowing the wall to breath allowing no build-up of moistures or fumes.
Printing Inks – all our inks are Acrylic and are classed as water based, non-toxic and very low in VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds). The positive characteristics of Acrylic inks are they have little or no fumes, quick drying times, environmentally safe, water clean-up and long lasting colourfastness
Your Wallcoverings pass the British Fire Standards to a Class ‘0’ level and the CE European Fire standard En15102 to a B s1 d0 level which mean they can be hung anywhere within a commercial building.