From afar, walls of Mary are lavish, abstract exclamations of texture and colour, surface and pattern.
Further elements of the pattern and finer details come into focus as one approaches, and getting closer still, the historical references and imagery are revealed. Seeing the layers of texture, colour and detail is like looking back through time, with fleeting glimpses of centuries past and hints of what lies beneath.
Mary is the maker's feminine counterpart to the more intensely hued Henry paper. The design is delightfully fun and frivolous. The colours are unapologetically vibrant and in the rooms in which we have used this design, we have noted that it surprisingly lovely to be surrounded by. The contrasting blues and reds are not as challenging as we first expected them to be.
Choose Mary as a fabulous backdrop against which to place neutral furniture or to hang art. A bedroom or dayroom hung with Mary paper will be a truly joyous space to inhabit.