A subtly geometric design, Banksia was created by Bundjalung (Northern New South Wales, Australia) artist Christine Slabb and depicts the iconic Australian flower of the same name. Banksia flowers are known for their unique bottle-brush shape and their sweet nectar.This wallpaper has various species of Banksia flowers are used across Australia by local Indigenous peoples for a range of purposes, including using the nectar to create sweet drinks and sore throat remedies, using dried flower cones to strain drinking water, and using banksia wood to create needles for weaving baskets and mats. Banksia wallpaper is a simple way to add depth and dimension to a space without overshadowing other features. This design is available in a subtle grey and a deep, moody teal to complement a range of styles.
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Note: Samples of this wallpaper featuring indigenous flowers are provided for review of the material, pattern scale and print technique—they are not intended to be used for colour matching purposes. There can be slight shifts in colour between runs, so your wallpaper may vary slightly from sample colouring.
Please ensure that you order the correct amount as we do not guarantee that rolls printed in different batches will be an exact match.
Emro is the brainchild of Emma Rolls. After working for years with community organizations, she officially launched her own collection in 2019. Her art features work by Aboriginal artists who create designs inspired by ancient traditions of indigenous culture. Known for homewares like rugs, cushions and picnic blankets, she now has launched a collection of wallpapers.
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“Class A” for ASTM Designation E84-15a. Comparable to UL 723, ANSI/NFPA No. 255 & UBC No. 8-1.
Building Codes Cited:
National Fire Protection Association, ANSI/NFPA No. 101, “Life Safety Code”. International Building Code, Chapter 8, Interior Finishes, Section 803.
Australia & New Zealand
“Group 1” for AS/NZS Standards: AS/NZS 3837:1998
The Building Code of Australia (BCA)
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