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  • MAD ABOUT THE MID-CENTURY: MY HOME, SIX WORDS

    It is literally buzzing in the studio with MID-CENTURY excitement. We really are all about the MID-CENTURY at the moment, whilst the final t...
  • PRINT PATTERN ARCHIVE: THE GIFT OF A LIFE-TIME

    The Print Pattern Archive was originally collected by Marlene Goldstein and housed in the thriving fashion district of New York, West 37th Street.The Print Pattern archive was collected over 30 years.   
  • 3 WAYS TO CHANGE YOUR MIND-SET TO A CONSCIOUS CONSUMER

    Sometimes we may feel like a tiny cog in a massive wheel but there are a few simple things we can all do to really make a difference here…seriously it is a simple shift and one we are committed to encouraging.  

    1. CREATING A CONSCIOUS AND SUSTAINABLE WALLPAPER BRAND

      When creating our new wallpaper brand, sustainability and creating a conscious product are incredibly important to us. Without even realising our interior design choices have a tremendous impact on the environment.

        

    2. WE PLANT A TREE FOR EVERY ROLL OF WALLPAPER YOU BUY!

      At the Print Pattern archive we passionately support tree plantation campaigning. Planting forests and woodlands is critical, now even more so, as the government drastically fails to meet government targets.

      For every roll of wallpaper we sell we plant a tree!

        

    3. PRINT PATTERN ARCHIVE’S HOME: THE IMPORTANCE OF WORKING IN A HISTORIC AND CREATIVE ENVIRONMENT.

      We are fortunately based in a rare cotton mill, integral to the industrial revolution, and a monument of historic reference.  There was an immediate connection with Islington Mill when Cheryl visited; the perfect space to house the Print Pattern Archive.