This flower is the Tahitian tiare flower. It is present on the island of Tahiti and all the islands of French Polynesia. It has become an essential emblem. Assembled to form sumptuous necklaces or simply offered as a buttonhole flower, visitors are given them as a sign of welcome to Tahiti and its islands.
We have chosen to give this wallpaper the name of MAEVA, because it evokes this garland that is placed around the neck of visitors as a sign of welcome.
The TAHIA wallpaper with its feminine first name, accompanies the MAEVA wallpaper with a small aerial placed design, hinting at petals blowing in the warm tropical wind across a blue sky.
The MAEVA wallpaper is laid as a garland or on a feature wall with a half drop join. It can be combined with the light placed design of the TAHIA wallpaper.