This beautiful pattern of swirling bats was originally created in the early 1900’s using a wood block printing technique. The pattern celebrates the popularity of bats in Japanese 20th Century culture under the influence of Chinese, the bat was viewed as a good-luck symbol, bringing happiness and new beginnings. The image of bats was often used in pottery and kimonos and has been revived as a wallpaper print for a delicate playful backdrop, available in 3 colour ways. Indigo, Mist & Midnight.
This archive print has been lovingly restored and reproduced as a wallpaper design using digital printing and ethically sourced materials.
We are partnered up with TreeSisters and a percentage of our profits every month go to them to replant trees in the forests.
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70cm (width) x 27.32cm (height)
Our range of non-woven wallpaper uses paper sourced from sustainably managed forests and are all from FSC approved supply.We only use HP water based, environmentally friendly inks. The tactile, smooth non-woven paper has a matt printed finish. The non-woven wall coverings have a thicker feel than paper and appear more textile-like in appearance.
Hanging and Care Paste the wall. Use a quality pre-mix tub adhesive for non-woven wallpapers.Avoid contact with the printed surface.
Fire Rating: EN BS 13501-1:2002 Class B, s1, d0
FSC Certified C104236