We carefully consider our collaborations and develop partnerships with individuals who have a similar ethos, conscious creators in their own right, who are creative not only in their designs, but also in their thoughts.



Woodchip & Magnolia is an exciting British wallpaper and textile company, headed by Nina Marika Tarnowski, a self-confessed wallpaper, pattern and colour addict. Our relationship blossomed over instagram and organically grew from there.

We are passionate about sustainability and consider carefully the materials, processes and products to make our wallpaper. As our supplier Woodchip & Magnolia print to order for us, so there is no material waste. We work with them to use minimal packaging. All packaging is recycled post consumer card and zero plastic, bar one fine sleeve (which we are looking to change to corn-husk) and all our labels are produced on recycled paper.

Locally based in the North West, in-fact 20 minutes away means we can easily pop to each others offices for a cup of tea and catch-up to talk print. We very much look forward to developing our relationship!

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Mustard Vintage don’t believe in 'one look' or 'one way', as individuals they believe a home should be just that – individual – and more importantly, a projection of who you are. Which is why we love them! 

If you visit their website you’ll find an eclectic mix of vintage furniture and homewares. From individually sourced and lovingly restored mid century furniture, to eclectic homewares like ceramics, mirrors, planters and wall art. 

Have you seen the beautiful photographs on our website? The furniture our wallpaper eloquently complements? Well, that’s all Mustard Vintage.

Most of our photography and styling is provided by the talented Gemma and Simon. All vintage pieces featured, or similar, can be found on the Mustard Vintage site. 

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    Bloom Wallpaper in Mimosa Yellow



Earthborn was founded in 2002 by a small group of people looking for a true eco alternative to conventional paints, this was also long before most people had even heard of ‘eco’. Its organisations like Earthborn who’ve influenced ‘conscious consumers’ who seek paints that are better for the planet, home's and health. 

There will be more news soon in our blogs section! 

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We are always interested in new collaborations! Do get in touch