Welcome to Kingdom Home

A boutique wallpaper and fabric studio in Sydney Australia

about

Kingdom Home produces wallpaper and fabric by hand screened and digital printing, sometimes both for special projects. In either case we use water based inks, latex or eco-solvent to be as green as possible and only the finest ground substrates. Eco friendly grounds are available for both processes as well.
All Kingdom Home products are produced to order, so you are free to interchange colors and grounds with handscreened wallpaper and can choose scale and colors for digital wallpaper and fabrics. It’s your world. Get what you want.

kenneth-king

Talented Australian Designer & Illustrator, Kenneth King, founded Kingdom Home in 2014; Kenneth has designed for leading Australian brands such as
Designer Rugs, Catherine Martin Home, Cream Magazine and Bazmark to name a few.
He has also worked on International projects for the W Hotel in Bangkok, TAIO publishing in New York and Sheraton Resort in Fiji. Kenneth has designed and collaborated on each and every collection for Kingdom Home. Kingdom Home debuted its first collection in 2014.

 

Our Creative Process

Turning ideas into reality. We welcome you to share our creative process.

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At the start of a new design, I will often re-visit my sketch book to look for inspiration. I was inspired by a sketch I did after viewing Toulouse Lautrec Can Can paintings. The Can Can dance resembles a blooming rose.

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Relevant images are gathered for inspiration and reference.

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I often re-draw individual elements of the design to experiment with different looks and form to achieve the best outcome.

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I chose to screen print this design to compliment its historical inspired theme. The lines of the design are re-drawn to suit the screen printing method.

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After deciding on the colours, our master screen printer carefully mixes the colour by hand and matches the tones by eye.

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The paper base is rolled out to approx 10m in length and hand printed one screen at a time. The paper is then left to dry, edges trimmed and ready to go!