Science meets art in this intriguing wallpaper from artist Sarah Thornton. Taking inspiration from vintage graph paper, Sarah explores the juxtaposition between the rigidity of science and the freedoms of the natural world.
Featuring delicate birds painted in multi-coloured squares on a white grid pattern, 'She Chose Science' cleverly expresses our struggle to 'remain within the lines' – in life as well as in art. Continuing Sarah's exploration of the relationship between order and chaos, this compelling design has a childlike naivety which invites you to fill in the blanks.
Sarah's artwork has been faithfully reproduced onto this unique wallpaper, revealing the nuances of her pencil markings and the imperfections of the fluid, watercolour squares. The extra large pattern repeat makes this wallpaper perfectly suited to very large spaces such as a garden room, studio or play room.
'She Chose Science' works particularly well when used in conjunction with Sarah Thornton's other design, the vivid 'Rita Does Jazz' velvet, because of the synchronicity of the colour palettes.
For use in heavier wear areas, we recommend protecting this wallpaper with a decorator's vanish such as Polyvine Decorator's Varnish in Clear Dead Flat without altering its appearance.