Digitally printed in the UK
Roll size: 10.05m x 52cm
Pattern Repeat: 52cm x 52cm
180gsm coated, non woven
Apply paste to wall
Wall coverage per roll is 5.23 sq m
Please note: Opened rolls can not be refunded, we recommend ordering a sample prior to order to ensure that you are happy with the colour etc as it can appear slightly different than on screen.
Due to the high postage costs, our wallpaper is currently only available within the UK.
B Goods patterned homewares are designed by husband and wife team Ben and Fi O’Brien, from their studio in Somerset, UK.
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Within United Kingdom (UK)
All of our parcels are sent via Royal Mail Signed For First Class or by a tracked and signed courier service, depending on size/volume of your order.
A signature will be required for all deliveries (excluding fabric/wallpaper samples).
We aim to despatch within 48 hours of receiving your order (Monday to Friday only), provided your item is in stock. If your item is out of stock or is a custom order we will be in touch to discuss delivery details.
UK: Please allow up to 5 working days for your delivery.
Overseas: Please allow up to 21 working days for your delivery.
Overseas cushion orders: Please note that due to high postage costs all cushions are sent without the duck feather inner.
Ceramics/Wallpaper: Please note that these items are currently only available in the UK.
Fabric: As all of our fabric is printed to order please allow up to 6 weeks for delivery.
This fellow is a quiet, secretive but heavily built bird that usually spends its time among the branches and dense undergrowth of woodlands.
A three colour screen print on 285gsm Fabriano paper
Edition of 60
Size: B4 (25x35cm)
Signed and numbered
UK Delivery: £5.00
International Delivery: £7.00
A four colour screen print on 285gsm Fabriano Rosaspina paper in a limited edition of 30 prints. Paper size 50 cm × 35.5 cm, image size 30 cm × 23 cm. This print is sold unframed.
UK Shipping: Free
This composition is a unique drawing made in two colours, black and orange.
The defect you can see on the drawing are made by the machine during the drawing process, as well as the interventions of the artist who works with the machine to create such a unique art piece.