Tulip Wave wallpaper, sky

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Tulip wave is an ode to the simple beauty of organic shapes. A calming blue wave echoes little rows of nodding burgundy tulips, resulting in a unique pattern that will complement all kinds of other homeware styles in a room, from scallops to patchwork and bobbin furniture.

Printed in England using sustainable papers and inks. This non-woven wallpaper has a flat matt quality in keeping with the original artwork which is hand-painted onto watercolour paper.

Roll measures: 10 meters x 52cm

Pattern kind: straight match

Repeat: H26 x W26cm

Method: paste-to-wall

Care: wipe clean with a damp cloth.


Paint colour matching tips:

The background of the paper is similar to Farrow & Ball's 'Dimity'. This paper also works well with a number of other blues, reds, pinks, browns or neutrals. Here are some ideas for colours that will coordinate well;

Blues: Farrow & Ball 'Lulworth Blue'.

Reds:  Farrow & Ball 'Radicchio' or 'Preference Red' and Paint & Paper Library 'Elizabethan Red'.


For further information on how to calculate wallpaper and how to hang wallpaper; please see our wallpaper advice section.


Useful information

How to calculate wallpaper

Our wallpaper rolls measure 52cm x 10 metres. This means each roll covers approximately 5 metres square.

To work out how much you need, measure the width and height of each wall, one at time. Multiply the two dimensions. (Ignore doors and windows because it's always better to have some paper spare than not enough, especially when working around features like these).

So for example, the first of 4 walls in a room is H3m x W5m = 15m square. Then divide that by 5 and discover you need 3 rolls for this wall.

Continue this for each wall until you have a total for the room.

Now! This part is vital - you now need to add on an extra 20%. Let's say the room was 60m square in total. You calculated 12 rolls of wallpaper required - and now you need to add another 2-3 rolls to this total.

Why? There is quite a bit of room for error with wallpapering and it's much better safe than sorry. Some paper it lost while matching up the pattern or papering around architectural features.

We hope this helps and please contact us with any questions.

How long do 'made to order' items take?

If an item is marked 'made to order' this means it will take a little longer than our standard delivery times. Once you place an order it will be printed or handmade in the UK and arrive with you in 2-4 weeks. We will be in touch to keep you updated about your delivery.

Can I order a half metre of fabric?

Yes. If you place an order for the number of whole metres you need - then email us to arrange for the extra half.

How to wash and care for linen

For 100% linen we highly recommend to dry clean only as shrinkage will occur. However if you do wash our linen, do so on cool; max. 30°. Lay flat while damp and allow to air dry. Gently steam (with a household steamer) if necessary; linen likes steam. Do not iron. Some light rumples are the part of the beauty of natural cloth. ​