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Park Hill Wallpaper by Michelle Mason

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Fans of Brutalist architecture will immediately recognise the stairwells and walkways of the Sheffield estate in Michelle Mason's Park Hill wallpaper.

The design was commissioned by Museums Sheffield to celebrate the flats built between 1957 and 1961, which is now the Europe's largest listed buliding. The wallpaper is available in a choice of mid-grey or turquoise. 


It is made from premium quality digitally printed 180gsm coated paper with a matt finish. It is non-woven so you can paste the wall rather than paper, which makes the papering job much easier – and with expensive wallpaper such as this you probably can't afford mess ups. A 52cm wide by 10 metres roll costs £150.

Order directly from the Michelle Mason website.

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