GP&J Baker X Kit Kemp 'Potato Print - Jewel' Wallpaper

Kit Kemp’s Design Studio has taken potato printing to the limit with a design that replicates a unique handcrafted quality whilst giving a nod to the work of British Pop Artist Joe Tilson. Potato Print can be seen here in the Jewel colourway.

Renowned British fabric and wallpaper house, GP & J Baker and visionary designer, Kit Kemp are excited to announce their first collaboration. This partnership introduces a contemporary collection that seamlessly blends Kit's signature, eclectic, colourful style with GP & J Baker's design expertise and rich heritage.


Composition: 100% Paper
Width: 70.0 cm (28")
Vertical Repeat: 44.0 cm (17")
Roll length: 10m
After Care: Spongeable
Design Code: BW45139.1
Pattern Match: Straight
*Printed to order in the UK
*Delivery time 14 days 

Please note that as this is printed to order we are unable to accept cancellations or returns.


GP & J Baker is renowned as one of the world’s innovators of fabric design producing luxury fabrics, wallpapers and accessories under licence for Mulberry Home.

The company was founded in 1884 by brothers George Percival and James Baker establishing an inheritance full of innovation and drama.  Avid and discerning collectors of rare and iconic designs, the brothers began what has become one of the largest and most exciting privately owned textile archives in the world.

The company’s most popular designs printed in the early 1900s showed naturalistic drawn English garden flowers, and this became part of the enduring GP & J Baker style.  George Percival Baker was a passionate horticulturist himself, becoming a well-known figure in the Royal Horticultural Society.

A number of GP & J Baker designs have been in production for 50 to 100 years, each re-issue adding another layer of history to their considerable charm. More recently some have been translated into woven fabrics, embroideries and wallpapers. Always progressive, but maintaining strong links with its past, GP & J Baker will long continue to decorate the future.