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Diane Hill is a modern Chinoiserie artist creating art for your home and life, making every day beautiful.
Use as a coordinate or standalone design, this colourful emerised cotton is a fabulous choice for upholstery and blinds. Displaying a comparatively simple geometric trellis, its woven bamboo pattern sits perfectly alongside our statement florals. Named after Ada Lovelace, the English mathematician and writer who is often regarded as the first computer programmer.
Available in three colourways: Delft/Origami, Apple/Paper Lantern and Honey/Paper Lantern
Fabric and wallpaper can only be shipped to UK and US customers. All designs are available to purchase worldwide, please click here for your local retailer.
Is it possible to get samples of the fabric or wallpaper?
Yes it is! A sample (approx A4 size) can be ordered for all of the wallpapers and fabrics. You can order a sample by selecting the 'sample' option on the product page for the fabric or wallpaper you are interested in. Samples may not arrive together, depending on availability. To avoid wastage we can't guarantee which specific part of the design you will receive for your sample.
What size area do your wallpapers cover?
Isabella covers an area of 5.23sqm (56.3sqft)
Ella, Lady Alford, Marie, Marsha, Nellie and Valentina covers an area of 6.89sqm (74.16sqft)
Florence covers an area of 9.4sqm (101.1sqft)
Rosa covers an area of 9.1sqm (97.9sqft)
How much fabric will I need?
We suggest that you discuss this with the manufacturer to determine how much fabric you will need for a particular item. The amount can vary greatly depending on the style you choose. For upholstering work, you will need to take into account the pattern repeat. Every design has a different pattern repeat. The size details are shown on each product page.
Can I order less than a metre of fabric?
We can only sell fabrics in full metres. The minimum order quantity is 1m.
Is the Wallpaper suitable for bathrooms?
So long as the wallpapers are not in direct contact with a large amount of water (e.g. immediately next to a bath/shower or behind a sink) they are suitable for using in bathrooms. The bathroom will need to be suitably ventilated. You can wipe-clean the wallpapers but for extra protection a decorator's varnish can be used on the wallpapers which will seal them.
What type of wallpaper paste should I use with your wallpaper?
We recommend a premium quality tub adhesive such as Harlequin New Ready Mixed Adhesive. Although, any good quality ready-mixed paste will be perfectly fine to use and compatible with all of our wallpapers. All of the wallpapers can be hung using the 'paste the wall' method of application.