Washed Indigo Wallpaper
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Give your room a boho beach chic vibe with our Washed Indigo Wallpaper. Our wallpaper uses the newest eco-friendly technology to reflect the texture and uniqueness of archival textiles while having a smooth surface for modern living. Made to order in small batches.
Material: Digitally printed on standard white coated clay paper
Finish: Traditional paper feel, smooth print surface, matte finish to minimize glare
Made In: USA
Our inks are UL ECOLOGO® Certified for reduced environmental impact and UL GREENGUARD GOLD® Certified for low chemical emissions. Our wallpapers meet AgBB criteria for low VOC emissions.
Width: 27” W printed trimmed, comes 30” untrimmed
Repeat: 27” W x 28.25” H
Sold by the yard, 5-yard minimum; up to 50 yards on one bolt
Please note: Order quantity reflects yards needed. We recommend ordering 15-20% more than you account for pattern repeat, waste, etc, and working with a professional wallpaper installer for calculation and installation. For more information or free wallpaper and fabric design consultations, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A portion of this purchase gets donated to the artisans creating the heritage textiles that inspire our patterns through our Artisan Support Fund.
Yardage is made to order and ships in 3-4 weeks.
Swatches are in stock and ship in 2-5 business days.
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Wallpaper is final sale and may not be returned or exchanged.
This wallpaper is printed with a replica of the popular St. Frank indigo textile from Mali. In ancient times, from opulent Egypt to stark West Africa, fabric has been dyed a mysterious, beautiful blue. This is a replica of our popular St. Frank textile; the indigo color, or "gold blue," is a symbol of the link between heaven and earth. Through a careful process, indigo can produce a vast palette of blue hues; traditional dyers would ask their customers' color preferences, from the palest sky to the deepest midnight. Dye vats alone take a full week to prepare and require daily stirring. The un-dyed cloth is pinched, sewn, and tied according to precise patterns. Once dye is applied to the material, the ties are removed, revealing patterns of lines, shells, dots, or tracery.