Up in the Clouds

We believe children's rooms should be places to escape into, heavenly hideaways where magic happens and dreams come true. This beautiful wallpaper is the outcome of a stunning collaboration between Mrs Mighetto and Jimmy Cricket, and it is exactly what dreams are made of...

Earlier this year Amanda from Jimmy Cricket approached Malin and Anna from Mrs Mighetto asking if they would be interested in a wallpaper collaboration. "I just loved their prints so I was so excited when they agreed to collaborate on a design! I suggested swans and waited eagerly to see what was dreamt up. The first pattern design was sent through and I just gasped!! This was beyond anything that I could have asked for. I knew then and there that this design was something extraordinary and unlike anything I had ever seen before!"

Both Malin and Anna were equally excited when Amanda approached them, so stars aligned and magic was created! "I truly believe this design is on the next level where it resonates with adults and children alike."

Included with each roll of wallpaper is Mrs Mighetto's beautiful story behind this gorgeous design... "Nestled high up in the clouds is a hidden world you probably never even knew existed. Powder pink kites dance through the warm air, enchanted tunnels with continually changing architecture, rainbows spontaneously appearing to create lavish light shows. Unicorns with golden wings gallop unbridled between cloud and sky, and a fountain which scatters lime green scented flower buds. You'll find friends who can turn clouds into candy floss and fish who can sing as sweetly as the nightingale's song. What else do you think might be found up there in the clouds? Once upon a time, high up in the sky, there was a world in which everything was possible. Just like in real life. Everything is possible."

This stunning wallpaper will be released through Jimmy Cricket and Norsu Interiors on the 28th of September 9am AEST and stay tuned for more international stockists... Exciting!

Styling by Hong Henwood.
Photography by Andrea Galkova.