I am crushing on House of Hackney these days.

I have long been a fan but recently I have been dying to use this wallpaper.

If you’re looking to make an interiors statement, then the ‘Artemis’ wallpaper in bold amaranth-pink promises to do just that. Inspired by Diana Vreeland’s famous Garden in Hell room, this intricate floral design also pays homage to Victorian designer William Morris. Perfectly capture House of Hackney’s ‘more-is-more’ approach to design with this stunning wall covering. Our wallpaper is made using PVC-free, eco-friendly materials and promises minimal environmental impact at every stage of production.

For every order placed, House of Hackney will make a donation to Friends of the Earth’s campaign to double the UK tree cover by 2045 – providing a natural defence against climate change as well as a home for wildlife. It’s time for #MoreTreesPlease.

  

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