With a love for nature and all things bright and beautiful, I decided that the world needed an eco-friendly wallpaper that was not only kind to the environment, but also pleasing to the eye. That was back in 2015 when I first launched my Amba Florette wall coverings brand. At that time, the only available offerings that were eco friendly were grass weaves that unfortunately only consisted of a few neutral muted tones - and were mostly not created by Australian wallpaper designers. Whilst they were lovely... they didn't give the wow factor impact that I really wanted to achieve for myself and the colour loving, bold environmentally conscious homeowner.
I was a wallpaper designer on a mission... Everywhere I looked screamed beauty and colour and I went about designing my first 5 collections. 'Garden Love'
had me collecting leaves, gumnuts and feathers from just outside my door and I smiled with such warm delight at my very first leaf wallpaper design.
Staying true to my love of the environment, I wanted to preserve the beautiful natural colouring of the leaves that Mother Nature had so wonderfully gifted us, so sampling all of the simple colours really gave each design a true sense of authenticity. Using the native leaves really rang true to being Australian eco wallpaper... See the full range of 'Garden Love' nature inspired wall coverings.
For brighter pops of colour see the 'African Dreams', 'Contemporary Lines', and 'Days of Old' collections.
AND NOW FOR A TOUCH OF GLAMOUR!
Now 3 years on, even though I have matured., the love for leaves and flowers still make my heart sing. My 2018 Spring collection combines imagery from leaves and flowers that I collect on my walks through nature, along with designs inspired by vintage patterns from the Vintage and Art Deco era that I have always loved and admired. Vintage wallpaper consisting of real Australian flora imagery. A signature collection that shows everything that I love .
See my new 'Nature's Glamour' collection.
So why eco friendly wallpaper? does it REALLY matter what you are putting onto your walls?