Frond Ogee mimics the shape of an oak leaf and forms an ogee shape. This useful design comes in a wallpaper and a fabric. It is a subtle design that can sit along a very busy print. There is a soft texture within the design that shows the brush strokes used to paint this design.
A two-colour design that softly creates a check pattern. The perfect gentle pattern for any interior. There is a soft texture in the background that elevates the pattern, order a sample to see the true colours.
Chameleon Trail depicts an amusing take on a traditional floral trail. This exuberant tree of life comprises of a leafy stem with chameleons perching and sprawling stylised flowers. This design took Josephine a month to paint and colour.
This intricate design was carefully hand drawn to create a canopy of leaves. A simple design suitable for any interior.
Inspired by a local woodland. Ferns unfold at your feet and mushrooms spill out of tree stumps creating a carpet of interest. Each element was captured, and hand painted.
A luscious density of palm trees creating a playful and naive design. This design was hand painted with watercolour paints.
This wallpaper design was inspired by Indian architecture. It is bought to life with lush foliage and playful peacocks. This pattern has traditional geometric pattern set in architectural Doorways and Windows. All meticulously hand painted.
A love for Escher and mathematical design was behind this wallpaper. Technical grids and attention to angles were used to create this continuously rising repeat. Painted with watercolour paints and distressed to create a beautiful texture.
A hand painted tree full of exotic avifauna and flora. Parakeets and sunbirds nestle in the branches, surrounded by lush ginkgo leaves and protea blooms. Hand painted to create movement that will gently meander down your wall. Available in moody dark navy, and softer tones.
A repeating archway motif featuring abundant leaves around a make-believe structure. This artwork was painted then sanded and painted again to create movement and interest. This wallpaper panel features a fresh palette of chalky colours, perfect for adding impact to your room.
A trip to the British museum with my sister began my obsession with Indian miniature paintings. This wallpaper pattern owes more than a nod to the Mughal style, with intricate detail and a profusion of plants. Painted shapes make up a naive canopy of trees in a mixture of colours.
This wallpaper design is named after Josephine’s mother and her love affair with ferns. Her mother’s garden is home to a lush and abundant collection of ferns that I admire every time I visit. One day I hope my own garden will be as impressive! Depicted in rich greens with highlights of soft pink in the spores. Welcome the outdoors in by letting this gorgeous pattern unravel across your wall
This wallpaper has an unapologetically eye catching design. This eight limbed creature will bring any room to life. Hand drawn with a fine line and meticulously repeated.
A wallpaper design that was inspired by a trip to Belize. Underwater and on-shore vegetation blurred into one. As my drawings progressed, this magical underwater jungle slowly appeared. Multi coloured with lots of detail, this tall panel can bring character to any room.