Net & Ball wallpaper

Net & Ball wallpaper


Exclusive to Southbank Centre made in collaboration with Absolute Zero Degrees.

The wallpaper illustrates the carpet designed for the Royal Festival Hall by Peter Moro and Leslie Martin in 1951. The pattern known, more commonly as the 'net & ball' design, is an abstract version of the square wave seen with the aid of a oscilloscope - the visual representation of sound. Peter Moro related how when he had drawn the 'net', Leslie Martin, the chief architect, placed the 'ball' that completed it, inspired by an apple he had on his desk at the time.

Available in Olive/White and Grey options.

Please contact us to request a sample if you require one.

Launched in 2006 by London based designers, Keith Stephenson and Mark Hampshire, Mini Moderns is an interiors brand specialising in applied pattern across a range of products including wallpapers, fabrics, cushions, rugs and ceramics.

Their design influences range from mid-century British textiles to vintage toys, from literature to childhood memories.

Mini Moderns like to produce in the UK whenever possible. 

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Free delivery when you spend over £30

We also offer a click 'n' collect service from our Festival Terrace shop. All orders placed before 4pm will be ready for collection by 12pm the following day. Should you need your purchases faster please email and we will do our best to accommodate your needs. 

Orders will be held for 10 days before being automatically refunded .


Delivery Costs outside of the UK


Up to £50                  £7.50

£50 - £100                £10.00

£100 - £200             £15.00

Over £200                £20.00


Rest of World

Up to £50                  £10.00

£50 - £100                £20.00

£100 - £200             £30.00

Over £200                £40.00