Ardmore Ceramics and Coles and Son wallpaper a match made in heaven, The Savuti Wallpaper takes it inspiration from the Savuti camp Chobe National Park, a game reserve in Botswana, and features Baboons, igunas, and colourful birds all sitting in trees and bushes
Ardmore Ceramics is the brainchild of African Ceramic artist Fée Halsted, Fee started her studio in 1985 on the Ardmore farm, at the foothills of the Drakensberg mountains in South Africa. Her aim was to train women as potters, there are now over 40 potters working, including men.
Over the last 30 years Ardmore Ceramics has become famous for their over the top, and fun filled designs - I covert their work myself.
Their work is wonderfully African and is inspired by myths and stories- featuring animals, flora and landscapes of Africa- it wonderful and unique work, I am not the only person blown away by their work, they have exhibited at museums all over the world, including Gerisch Museum, Museum of Arts and Design in New York. Christies in London called them "modern collectables" Elle Design describes them as "with aesthetics nothing less than marvellous" "over the top South African design sweetheart"
Ardmore's designs have been used by Hermes in their iconic scarves, world renowned silver smith Patrick Mavros, now they have collaborated with Cole and Son and created some wonderful unique wallpapers.
This wallpaper is available in 7 different colour ways from bright and colourful to mono tones greys.
Cole and son Wallpapers are made to the highest quality and all of their current collections of wallpapers reflect their long history and also their passion for creating new and exciting designs to fill all of our homes. Skilled craftsmen print all of their wallpapers, which help them all to have their unique character whilst still feeling contemporary and up to date.
Width x Length: 52 cm x 10.05 m
Pattern Repeat: 76.20 cm
Available in a selection of colours
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