Globe Wallpaper by Daniel Heath
Globe wallpaper is inspired by the array of stunning Art Deco architecture that can be found in and around our capital, on our high streets, above shops, hidden in plain sight. Globe is part of Daniel's Perivale Collection, which is a design series, dedicated to Art Deco architecture.
One of the finest examples of Art Deco architecture in London is the Hoover Building in Perivale alongside Western Avenue. The building was designed by Wallis, Gilbert and Partners, and is inspirational in the creation of this handcrafted wallpaper. Daniel transforms these geometric, orderly and symmetrical structures into a two-colour screen-printed design using a luxurious metallic layer.
The wallpaper width is 54cm and the repeat drop is 50cm and can be installed as a half drop or a block repeat due to its geometric structure. This wallpaper has a coated colour background and is printed with two colour layers comes in two colourways: Green & Bronze or Chalk Blue & Gold. All our wallpapers are silk-screen printed by hand and made in East London.
Due to the handcrafted nature of the product orders take a minimum of 3 weeks to complete.
We only work with British made class A fire rated wallpaper which passes European and US fire regulations recommended for residential and light commercial spaces. All screen-printed wallpapers by Daniel Heath are printed using pigment binders that provide a durable finish. However, it is advised that special care is taken during its application.
Daniel Heath products are printed and made to order so every item is an exclusive limited edition with very limited waste.
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