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Introducing: Reimagined Ruskin

Timorous Beasties is delighted to launch new colourways of its best selling Ruskin collection of wallpapers in a new matt finish.

The five reinvented Ruskin designs showcase beautiful patterns inspired by nature, epitomising Timorous Beasties' inspirational signature style.

Indie Wood Wallpaper in Tree Frog and Barely Black

Indie Wood is a dense nature-inspired pattern festooned with flora and fauna, all intricately drawn and coloured by hand. In a typical Timorous Beasties twist, this sylvan scene includes bugs such as beetles and moths that add a darker dimension. The pattern’s vertical repeat helps to emphasise the height of a space, drawing the eye up towards an imagined forest canopy. The Indie Wood pattern is now available in 12 new colourways. 

Butterflies Wallpaper in Skye and Dusted Pink

Insects of varying shapes and sizes seem to leap out from the surface of the Butterflies wallpaper. The detailed hand-drawn design is influenced by illustrations found in Victorian books. The wallpaper has a traditional feel that suits period-style rooms, while the colourful butterflies add a playful modern touch. This design is now available in six new colourways.

Bloomsbury Garden in Alabaster and Blackberry

Bloomsbury Garden is inspired by the Victorian pioneer of the Arts and Crafts movement, William Morris. In this pattern, plants including briars and fruiting vines swarm with butterflies and beetles, all illustrated by hand and digitally printed with a level of heightened detail. This design is now available in 12 new colourways. 

Birds N Bees Wallpaper in Skye and Fruit Looters Wallpaper in Cadmium

Birds N Bees and Fruit Looters are also available in a selection of new colours. Fruit Looters references the popular Strawberry Thief pattern by William Morris, which was inspired by the thrushes that would steal berries from his garden, while in Birds N Bees bees buzz busily around branches that provide a perch for some of Timorous Beasties favourite birds, including goldfinches, hoopoes and parrots. In true Timorous Beasties style, the pattern portrays nature as a battle for survival as opposed to a sentimental design aesthetic.

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