Katie Bourne Interiors designs and makes high quality childrens wallpaper for bedrooms, playrooms and nurseries. The wallpapers are whimsical, fun stories for the wall that demonstrate Katie’s quirky sense of fun. Whilst being influenced by traditional children’s story books, the stylised images are contemporary appealing to today’s children as well as parents with a more discerning eye for interiors. These beautifully illustrated and unique childrens wallpapers are made and printed in England using traditional techniques on high quality, sustainable forest paper in gorgeous heritage colour combinations.

Fabric

Hand screen printed fabric made in Norfolk, England. Printed on a heavy weight linen/cotton mix with a touch of nylon to give it the strength and durability suitable for curtains, blinds, loose covers and light upholstery.


News

Holiday- Delivery Times

April 07, 2017

We are on holiday!  PLEASE NOTE CHANGES IN DELIVERY OVER THE NEXT WEEK 8th April to 17th April All orders made from Saturday the 8th April through to the 17th of April will be posted on Tuesday the 18th June, next day delivery.  We are sorry if this causes any inconvenience. Over the week we are running a free delivery on all UK orders offer. Please quote 'FREE UK DELIVERY' as a coupon code Thank you for your patience and Happy Easter xx

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Launching Today: Horse Tales Wallpaper

March 28, 2017

Katie Bourne Interiors are excited to launch the new 'Horse Tales' range An equestrian themed design available in 5 different colourwaysHorse Tales is every horse and pony lover's dream. Create your own story tales within this stylish paper featuring pretty ponies, rosettes and jumps. The pattern has been carefully designed so that little equestrians can identify with the images and feel that special bond between pony and rider. This beautiful wallpaper is perfect for bedrooms and playrooms and even cloakrooms and boot rooms! To celebrate we are giving away FREE samples all week! Contact Katie by email at katie@katiebourneinteriors.com

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