The Product: Red Chinoiserie wallpaper with a modern twist
Bold, new wallpaper in scarlet and sky blue by interior designer Fleur Ward of Ohh! Fleur wallpapers, ‘Fan of Junk’ offers strident colour and a whimsical take on historic, cultural symbols of Asia. Modern, red Chinoiserie wallpaper depicting a sturdy, Chinese Junk in full sail and a delicate, decorative fan.
The designer has juxtaposed function and frivolity whilst celebrating the aesthetic similarities of unfurled sails and a pleated fan. The English name ‘Junk’ comes from the Javanese word ‘Djong’ which translates as ‘ship’ or ‘large vessel’.
When we first spied this wallpaper print at a trade fair, we were drawn to the modernity of the design and the pop culture colourways. This particular ‘Junk’ would go down a storm (actually it wouldn’t – Chinese Junks were super-sturdy and designed for heavy seas – ha!) in small spaces such as fun & funky downstairs loos or cloakrooms, or alternatively in a dramatic, high-ceilinged dining area as a feature paper. For more Chinese-inspired homewares, head here.
The red Chinoiserie wallpaper comes on a 10m long roll, measures 52cm wide. The horizontal repeat is 26cm. The vertical repeat is 24cm. Pop us a quick email to email@example.com if you wish to obtain a sample. We’ll whizz one out to you in the post. As the wallpaper is printed to order, please allow three weeks from the time you place your order to despatch. Check the Delivery Options tab on this page for further details.
**PLEASE NOTE THIS PRODUCT IS PRINTED TO ORDER**