Lola Design extends wallpaper collection

Having found fame as an independent greeting card designer and publisher, Lola Design, has moved into home interiors in spectacular fashion with a gorgeous collection of wallpaper designs.

For Spring/Summer 2021 the design house presents new additions to their Wildlife Botanical wallpaper collection. The seven new wallpapers include Lola Design’s popular hummingbird design which comes in five fabulous colourways and a brand-new ladybird floral pattern which comes in two stunning colours.
All seven designs are printed on sustainably sourced FSC paper in the UK and would make a beautiful statement wall.

The new additions to the wildlife botanical wallpaper collection are inspired by Lola’s love of flora and fauna and build on the success of Lola’s botanical bee wallpaper, which was Lola’s debut launch in August last year.

Co-founder and artist, Amanda Mountain says: “We are so excited to continue our venture into home décor. Our botanical bee wallpaper has been really popular, and we wanted to add to this collection with designs that continue to embody our signature style – captivating botanical delights and bold colourways that will suit a multitude of homes …Let’s bring the outside in!’

From early conversations around the kitchen table, Lola Design has evolved into a boutique producer of premium paper goods, which beyond wallpaper also includes art, stationery and greeting cards. The brainchild of married couple Amanda (Lola) and Frank Mountain, Lola Design has already achieved critical acclaim through multiple greeting card industry nominations and are stocked by leading retailers such as John Lewis.

Each and every Lola Design item is designed in house by Amanda (Lola) with the aim of producing the most beautifully designed items produced where possible here in the UK.

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