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Eastern Palace Wallpaper by Zoffany

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Eastern Palace By Sam Wilde - The Japanese word fuubutsushi, marks the anticipation we feel for the changing seasons. It’s the understanding that each precious moment in our lives is fleeting, and each of these changes will bring with them, a new season. With a passion for the natural history and cultural heritage of Japan, Sam’s artwork chronologies the country’s four main islands, subsequently represented by the four seasons. Each island houses ancient shinto shrines, temples and monuments, beside which sits a rich tapestry of endemic seasonal flora and topiary. Lastly, beneath the islands lay sleeping giant kami, represented by the animals only found in Japan, the elusive giant catfish, giant salamander, samurai crab and stone turtle.

Printed on an irregular grass cloth and available in an Indigo colourway


  • Collection: Kensington Walk by Zoffany
  • Colour: Indigo
  • Width: 139.0 cm
  • Vertical Pattern Repeat 117.4 cm
  • Pattern match: Straight match
  • Composition 55% Polyester 43% Viscose 2% Cotton (Non-Woven Backing)
  • Country of Origin: United Kingdom
  • Care: Click symbols for key
Images: Copyright Zoffany. Courtesy of Textilia, NZ.

Please note:

To achieve the best result it is important to use professional decorators who are experienced in hanging premium wide-width wallpaper panels. This paper must be hung with a high quality tub paste adhesive, by a professional decorator.  The recommended paste is available through Ink & Brayer; please contact me to purchase.


Bren Sutton - Ink and Brayer

Why I love this wallpaper

The skilful illustration, in fresh white and indigo, has a calmness and peacefulness about it and can fit into the modern or traditional home.


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Speaking to a taste for sophisticated artistry, when Zoffany draws from its extensive archive, it is never at the expense of producing exquisite designs for modern settings. Traditional forms like Damasks and Velvets are skilfully enhanced to maximise the sensual tactility of any space, for a beguiling experience of interior design.