Our Prism wallpaper designed by Cole & Son is from the Geometric II Collection. A daring statement wherever placed, this wallpaper features a kaleidoscopic overlapping shard design in bright multicolours.
Taking inspiration from the very successful Circus design from the first Geometric collection. Prism is much smaller in scale and with a brighter palette.
This enigmatic wallpaper uses the four colour separation process in order to achieve the high number of colours within the design. This single colourway features kaleidoscopic shards of pinks, oranges, purples, greens and blues to create a real signature piece for the interior.
Designed and printed in the UK by Cole & Son, who's exquisite wallpaper designs are much sought after internationally by royalty, celebrities, interior designers and clients seeking the most luxurious wall coverings. The block and screen print designs work perfectly for both period and contemporary homes. Many of their wallpapers have been featured in historical homes and buildings including Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament and the White House.
Printed on a high quality non-woven wallpaper.
Supplied with full hanging instructions.
Price is per Roll.
Width & Height 68.5 cm x 10 m
Match: Straight. Repeat: 76 cm
2-3 Days. FREE DELIVERY
At Lime Lace we want you to be completely happy with your purchase. We will offer a full refund for any item that has arrived faulty or damaged. Please ensure you inform us with 24 hr of receipt.
If you've simply had a change of heart, please email email@example.com and we will inform you of the returns address, then post the item back within 14 days of receipt.
Please note some items are non-refundable, these include:
- All Wallpapers as we do not hold stock and every roll is printed to order.(Please ensure you have ordered a sample prior to proceeding with a full roll.)
- Any item made to order with your specific requirements
- Any personalised item which can't be resold due to a bespoke element
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