Description: A showstopping talking piece, Mandalay is a wide-width wallpaper from Little Greene's second collaboration with the National Trust. It's a tree of life design taken directly from the leather wallcoverings in the dining room at Bateman’s Jacobean mansion in East Sussex (once home to Rudyard Kipling), with pretty birds within the branches of flowering trees. The original has been cleverly reimagined into a wider width 70cm paper that repeats effortlessly, so that it has the feel of a mural. Perfect for a bedroom or dining area, it really makes you feel like you've stepped into a Jacobean mansion, yet it feels so contemporary. Such a clever design.
This wallpaper is available in 4 colours; Archipelago, Ceviche, Pollen and Arbour. The room images are in the Ceviche colourway
Samples: Colours can vary on screen, we always advise you obtain a sample of the wallpaper you require prior to ordering to check colour and scale.