Liberty London Fabrics
Shand Voyage Library Wallpaper
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This print was inspired by a hand-painted shawl from the Liberty London Archive – created in the mid-19th Century when paisley production increased in the UK and France. Shand Voyage wallpaper was designed to represent Mary’s journey across the ocean, from India to Yorkshire; adorned with wild ferns and leaves, concealing a beautiful paisley, it symbolises the secret door behind which Mary discovers the Secret Garden.
Pricing: All fabrics are priced per metre length
Please note: All fabric orders are non-refundable
Liberty London Fabrics Interiors are delighted to announce a new collection of fabrics and wallpapers based on the classic novel, The Secret Garden. Drawing inspiration from Burnett’s 1911 masterpiece, the team have created ten new designs in a selection of captivating colourways and bases, helping you to capture the essence of the garden inside your home this spring.
- Name: Shand Voyage
- Colourway: Library
- Instructions: None woven, paste the wall, spongeable
- Roll Width/Length: 52cm/10.05m
- Horizontal/Vertical repeat: 52cm/122cm
- Side match: Straight
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