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Day of the Dead wallpaper

This unique Day of the Dead Sugar Skull wallpaper was designed by Emily as a bespoke project for Barrio Central and Barrio North, two wonderfully colorful Latin bars located in Soho and Islington in London.
Emily extensively researched the Mexican Day of the Dead tradition and sugar skull representations before designing the perfect skull for the wallpaper pattern.
This high quality wallpaper is meticulously screen printed by hand using metallic gold ink on peacock, charcoal, and raspberry. The gold ink makes the pattern shine brilliantly under a variety of lighting. This wallpaper is stunning in person, so if you’re in the London area, stop by Barrio Central or Barrio North (in the toilets) and see it!


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  1. Sheila says:

    this is beautiful. I would love to find some of this for my home!

  2. laura vena says:

    really wonderful. how can i buy it?

    many thanks,

  3. Teresa Larcom says:

    Is it possible to buy this paper?

  4. Erika Estrada says:

    Where can I get it?

  5. Erika Estrada says:

    It is sooo awesome!!!!

  6. Kath says:

    I would like to see this in sky blue!
    I envision it on my ceiling :)
    In fact, it would be cool to have ceiling paper of Ma’at, the egyptian goddess

  7. Zita Aldave says:

    would like to know.. how many colors you have and repeat on the pattern, does it come in single or double rolls, and the measurements per roll (width & length)
    Cost per roll, and where to send the money order or cashier check to order it.
    Thank you.

  8. Emily says:

    This wallpaper has been re-designed and is available to buy from
    At the moment it is only available in Black/Gold, however, we plan to launch new colour ways to the collection later in the year.
    The best way to stay updated is like the facebook page
    or add your details to my mailing list;

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