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A Painters Garden Wallpapers from Sanderson depicts tulips casually arranged in a porcelain vase with single stems of anemones and floating petals in a finger bowl. Painted in a contemporary water-colour style, the design, in three inky colourways, has been influenced by the work of Royal Academician Elizabeth Blackadder, one of the designer's favourite artists. An example of pure beauty of the collection is the Grandiflora paper, a bold design of magnolia blooms with the texture and tones of the flowers vividly reproduced. Subtle nuances of light and shade give the flowers a luminous waxy quality. Part of the collection is also the Pear and Pomegranate Wallpaper, a reproduction of an original 1930s design by Hazel Wray Davey now housed in the Warner Archive. If your favourite flower is the rose, you could check their stunning Rosalie Wallpaper pattern. A much simpler, but lovely paper is the Braided Stripe design