Exotic series: Sanderson’s ‘Voyage of Discovery’

Fabrics and wallcoverings brand Sanderson announced its new wallpaper and textile series, named “Voyage of Discovery”, which takes inspiration from the exotic flora and fauna found in the Caribbean and South America. Monkeys, ferns and botanical etchings adorn Sanderson’s 2014 collection, which comprises eight prints and two printed embroideries, complemented by seven non-woven wallpapers. Highlights include Floreanna, a Clemetis bloom print on polished cotton; Manilla, a tropical jungle design printed on linen; and Clementine, a design filled with humming birds and exotic flora printed on linen/viscose. All prints and wallpapers are made in the UK at Sanderson’s sister companies in Lancaster and Loughborough.

Founded by Arthur Sanderson in 1860, Sanderson is an international brand in the field of interior design and decorating.  

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