How Australia Inspired Ayers Rock
The Ayers Rock pattern, now rightfully called its native name Uluru, was created by Zandra Rhodes during her first visit to the center of Australia in 1973. She was traveling for a large publicity campaign for her textile designs for Selkers Silks and Australian Women’s Weekly.
She drew this amazing rock with the spiky spinifex grass in the foreground. The pattern was first used for gorgeous square cloaks in wool felt and classic one sided chiffon dresses that have become immortalised by Jackie Kennedy and Lauren Bacall.
All our wall murals are printed with Rebel Mattic™, our soft and non-reflective matte finish. The material adds an exclusive look and touch to your walls. You can order samples from our standard assortment (designs from the image bank and wall murals with special effects are not available as samples) by clicking the “Order sample” button. Our samples are A3-sized (tabloid/ledger), showing a downscaled version of the full design, which will give you a good feel for the colors and material.
How to order
Start by choosing a design you like. Before you order you must measure the wall you want to wallpaper, width + height. We recommend you to add an extra inch on both measurements since walls can be a bit slanting.
Shipping & Returns
We'll produce your wallpaper on demand within 1-2 days after you have placed your order. We then ship your wallpaper with UPS. Average delivery time is 3-6 work days. We apply 100% happy guarantee. If you aren't satisfied with your wallpaper, please contact us as soon as possible after you've received your order.
How to install
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All our wallpapers are printed on a non-woven paper reinforced with nylon fibers that create no VOC (Volatile organic compound) in room temperature. We print with all natural non-toxic color compounds that produce no VOC and our paste is made from modified potato starch that is also non-toxic. You can read more about our sustainability work here.