• Hatch Wallpaper by Abi Ola
  • Hatch Wallpaper by Abi Ola
  • Hatch Wallpaper by Abi Ola
Hatch Wallpaper by Abi Ola
Hatch Wallpaper by Abi Ola
Hatch Wallpaper by Abi Ola


Hatch Wallpaper by Abi Ola

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To hatch is to be born, to make a plan, to bring into being. This wallpaper was hatched from Abi’s personal and historical connection to Nigeria and to adire fabrics. Adire is the Yoruba word for ‘tie and dye’ textiles. Traditionally, they are made and worn throughout the Yoruba region of Nigeria. The indigo-dyed cotton is decorated using a resist-dyeing technique to create striking, repeating patterns in blue and white. At the bottom of each adire design you can usually find the artist’s signature, as each textile is a unique artwork. The random, hand-drawn patterns of Hatch pay homage to this tradition whilst allowing you to personally interpret the different shapes. Through the liveliness of its mark-making, this wallpaper paints the life story of the mark-maker and her home.

Colour - Indigo

Roll length - 10 m

Trimmed width - 52 cm

Repeat length - 19.72 cm

Repeat - Straight

Print - Digital

Paper - Paste the wall


COMMONROOM commissions contemporary artists to create original wallpapers and textiles for the home, bridging the world of art and interiors. Founders Kate Hawkins and Sarah McLean set out to make high quality art accessible to everyone and not just the privileged few. As well as their unique original designs, they produce an annual archival collection that commemorates the great history of artist wallpapers. All of their products are designed and made sustainably in the UK, both supporting British manufacturing and minimising their carbon footprint. Wallpaper has generally been thought of as background rather than foreground – but COMMONROOM wallpapers are designed to challenge and excite, like any great work of art.

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Non-woven paste the wall paper

Lead time

This design is printed to order and non-refundable. Lead times are 2-3 weeks from purchase but please be sure to order the correct quantity to ensure it is from the same batch.

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