Used either to edge wallpaper or to create a break at the mid-level of a wall, the border was frequently hung to ‘finish’ a room or to add detail. We have decided to revisit the wallpaper border the Le Monde Sauvage way… Imagine the interiors of Charleston, the Bloomsbury set’s country hideaway, and mix them with the graphic patterns of our papers. The result is a range of four borders printed onto rice paper that match (or mix) with our existing wallpapers. The slightly waxy texture remains the same as our wallpapers. The pattern is screen-printed on using two colours over a neutral background: bronze dots, terracotta triangles, dark green stripes and a new, floral design in indigo inspired by Japan make up the range.