Introducing ‘The Magic of Nature, Part 2: Serpentine’s Spell.’ Split into 3 complementing ranges; House Of Hackney really have weaved their Magic and created something that is incredibly stunning. Available in wallpaper, fabric, soft accessories and furniture. These beautiful prints would be the talking point in anyone’s home.
Inspired by an original 19th century design found in the vaults of legendary French wallpaper house Zuber, Majorelle unfurls with psychedelic flowers in contemporary colour palettes.
The ‘Majorelle’ wallpaper featured a floral print inspired by Jacobean designs and has been created in collaboration with French wallpaper house, Zuber. Look closely and you’ll see the original block-printing marks.
House of Hackneys symbol of transformation – the serpent – weaves its way into Anaconda. On tactile cut-velvet, this alluring designs is adorned with raised snakes, evoking the Garden of Eden.
Wallpaper traditionally printed in England. The design combines a green shade ‘Eucalyptus’ with a beautiful metallic bronze finish.
Christened after the paradise island of Arthurian legend, Alavon is populated with a wild array of sunflowers, poppies, daisies and lilies – capturing the untamed beauty of the natural world.
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