From one of Europe’s most prestigious wallpaper designers, Coordonne, the Ukiyo Mural from the new collection, ‘Random Chinoiseries’ has been inspired by one of the most important art genres in Japanese history. ‘Ukiyo-e’, meaning “pictures of the floating world” in Japanese is the combination of realistic narrative of the Emaki, paired with the decorative style of the Momoyama and Tokugawa periods.
When hung in your interior space, there is no doubt that you will feel floaty as if you are in a fanciful dream. In-keeping with Japanese art, the mural consists of exotic birds and whimsical greenery that together creates the ‘Ukiyo-e’ inspired landscape. In the corner, a circular shape appearing to be the burning sun could be a symbolization of the Japanese flag. Here at beut, we believe that this mural would look stunning in almost any area of the home, from a feature wall in a bedroom to the focal point of your dining room.
Explore the whole range of wallpapers and murals that Coordonne has to offer, they are truly gorgeous. While you are there, have a look through the ‘Random Chinoiseries’ wallpaper and mural range.
This mural is custom printed to your own bespoke wall measurements.
- High Resistance to light
- Glue the wall
- Non-Woven, easier installation
- Printed on non-woven as standard
- Printed on vinyl upon request at an additional price.
- Available in four colour ways including: Clow, Chia Seed, Rose and Chai
- Sold by the square meter
- Made to measure - image will be provided before production of how it will look at your requested size
We recommend adding 2-5cm to the height and width.
We suggest measuring in multiple locations and always using the tallest/widest part of a wall.
We recommend ordering a sample to experience the paper quality and key colours (it may be impossible to show all).