Shouchikubai is the Japanese word for the Three Friends of Winter: plum, pine and bamboo, whose ability to withstand the colder months makes them symbols of strength, beauty and longevity in the Far East. These botanical motifs, contained in their hexagonal frames, bring a graceful pattern to all sorts of spaces.
Full roll width is 53cm/21", roll length is 10m, pattern repeat 52.8cm / 20 3/4". Available in 5 colourways.
Our traditional methods of crafting wallpaper can result in subtle but noticeable differences between batches of the same design. For the most consistent results, it’s best to order all the rolls you’ll need for your project in one go.
Ground and print colours are intended as guidance only, not as an exact match for colours in our palette.
- Shouchikubai BP 4501
- Shouchikubai BP 4502
- Shouchikubai BP 4504
- Shouchikubai BP 4503
- Shouchikubai BP 4505
RESPONSIBLY SOURCED AND RECYCLABLE
The process for creating our handcrafted wallpaper starts with rolls of high-quality, vinyl-free paper sourced from sustainably managed forests, continues with our own paint being applied with traditional methods, and ends with beautiful patterns and texture transforming your home.
Wallpapers are usually made with ink, but not ours – we use our own richly pigmented paint, creating an effortless connection between paint and paper. The expert craftsmen at our Dorset factory use artisanal methods to print each roll, and finish with a fine coat of specially formulated glaze to ensure a durable, wipeable surface.