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Dearest Mrs.,
I wanted to order to Austria, Feldkirch
2 Rolls Oriental Garden Duck Egg Floral Wallpaper
2 x £18.90
but I don`t have a Credit Card. So can I send you the Money before or you send the 2 rolls to the shop in Austria in 6850 Dornbirn for my Name and I pay it there? Or how else can I get this two beautiful wallpapers?
With my best regards
Gertrud Bertle

Hi I really like this blog. Could you tell me what type of or name of the style of wooden chair and table used in the examples on the “using furniture paint ” page. I would really like to have a go myself.

If I were to send you a photo of some vintage (possibly 1980s?) Laura Ashley fabric would you be able to tell me what it was and when it was made?
THanks. Suzanne

Hi ,on your blog’weekend project: four ways to wake up your walls’ you are showing a hallway decorated in Wilton wallpaper in pale linen. Can you please advise on all paints used below dado , stairs and doors on this shot and also are the lampshades amethyst or cyclamen .
Many thanks,

Hi Marian, thank you for your comment. The paints used in the hallway is our Pale Sable Eggshell and the lampshade is our made to order Empire shade in Bacall Amethyst. Hope this helps! :)

I am papering one bedroom wall with Summer Palace Cranberry. What colour do you suggest I paint the remaining three walls? Any advice would be gratefully received! I had selected Dulux White Mist but it looks far too grey.

I was looking on the website for your Garden Paint range, but when I click on the link, there doesn’t appear to be any info on such paint?

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