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The following photographs are photoshoots of Spring Tonic in different colour ways. Here you can see the scale of the design. Photos: Paul Simpson


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An elegant reading area in a grand day room at Hurstwood Hall , Lancashire.

'High Noon' warms up this room and creates a happy, positive and warm space to relax and read a book with a morning coffee.

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A bright and cheery dining room. 

When the weather is grim outside, create your own breezy, happy space with Spring Tonic, in 'Happy Days', a blue reminiscent of Summer skies. 


Spring Tonic, 'Rosy Dawn '

A delightfully delicate pale pink, romantic, yet both refreshing and relaxing. 

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Spring Tonic, 'Morning Mist'

Named so because of the beautiful soft grey background, lightly dappled like all colour ways to achieve a seamless join on each panel. Create your own wildflower hedgerow walk! 

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Office corner , a zesty pick-me-up!

This is the vibrant, stimulating and energising colour way; 'Sunset'. A positive, happy orange that never fails to induce a bit of get-up-and-go!! Here you can see a close up of the print with its vibrant detail.

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Spring Tonic in 'Twilight', the perfect earthy, natural colourway.

What better colourway than this to create the perfect natural backdrop to any room, including nurseries! Spring Tonic is printed with non-toxic water-based inks, so perfect for children' spaces.


Spring Tonic in 'High Noon ', the ideal way to set the scene for a cosy spot.

'High Noon' creates a lovely calming and warm glow to this evening chill out space. 

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Spring Tonic in 'Morning Mist', a great way to create a reading nook.

Use Spring Tonic mural wallcovering in smaller areas to create intimate, cosy corners that nurture you.


Spring Tonic in 'Midnight', a dramatic,
rich, indulgent navy.

Spring Tonic was originally painted by hand. No computer wizardry, just old school painting. You can see this in the detail. Light has caught undulations in the paint, brush strokes can be seen - all leading to an overall appearance of still being handprinted - when it is printed, in such quality. Midnight is a deep, luxurious colourway that creates drama from afar as well as close up!

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