Mural designed to provide a combination of aromatic and tactile experience. wool from Tyrolean mountain sheep, lavender stalks and blossom, peppermint stalks, rose petals and rose buds, vanilla pods, coffee powder with bean imprints, cornflower blossoms, coloured moss, sunflower seed husks; comes in two parts.
NEW - Exclusive product by Mike Ayres Design A combined tactile and olfactory experience. Each of the tactile shapes has its own authentic natural aroma and texture and are made from completely raw, organic materials, compressed onto a backing substrate and then mounted onto the meandering trail. Each texture retains its original, distinctive aroma for many years. An ideal Sensory tool for reminiscence or comparative work with adults and children alike. (Recommended to be used with supervision as the natural texture could be picked by determined fingers) Size: 195 x 70cm (comes in two pieces)
Mike Ayres Design
Bury St Edmonds
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