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W&M IN THE WILD

Be inspired by the extraordinary spaces styled by our patterntastic community @woodchipandmagnolia #woodchipandmagnolia 

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INSPIRATION

DESIGN RESPONSIBLY

We are committed to working sustainably and employing locally while preserving and encouraging the use of traditional design skills alongside digital manufacturing.

ECO MANIFESTO

THE PEARL LOWE COLLECTION

A striking addition to Woodchip & Magnolia’s range is its capsule collection designed by British fashion and textiles designer Pearl Lowe. Inspired by her passion for vintage, faded glamour, and heritage prints fused with rock ‘n’ roll,

EXPLORE

THE ETHOS BEHIND W&M

Community

We are a family run business  who truly cares about our patterntastic community. If you contact us you deal directly with us.

Paul is always happy to help and share his technical knowledge - Nina is the voice behind social media and happily shares her enthusiasm, passion and knowledge.

Lucy is our customer service angel always happy to help and support you Monday- Friday

W&M in the wild

Creativity

We love to dip into our ever-growing archive while creating new artwork's weekly and keeping traditional design skills and techniques alive for future generations.

Freed from the deadlines and seasonal pattern book launches most design houses adhere too, we can launch the patterns we love in the colours we want when the mood suits. 

About us

Sustainability

All Woodchip & Magnolia wallcoverings and fabrics are printed to order at our Lancashire studio. This means minimal wastage, but also no holding of unsold stock or being out of stock.

Because we don’t hold stock, we don’t use diesel-guzzling trucks to transport from factory to warehouse. When you order it – we print it, wrap it, pack it (by hand) and send it direct to you 

Eco Manifesto

Heritage

We combine traditional design skills and craftsmanship fused together with digital technology.

We proudly fly the flag for British manufacturing. Our studio and manufacturing is based in Darwen, Lancashire, the home of Potters of Darwen - the first company to produce wallpaper commercially back in 1839. 

If walls could talk

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