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Do you ship worldwide?Updated 5 months ago

We ship our papers and fabric worldwide.

Paint, cushions and paint samples are excluded. 

If you would however like paint samples to be sent to use to colour match, we can arrange shipping via email. Please contact [email protected] for an invoice.

Delivery charges are automatically calculated and applied at the checkout so please ensure you are happy with them before placing your order.

Orders will be accepted through the website 24-7, 365 days per year, however, our studio is open Monday to Thursday (Excluding UK Bank holidays) 9am-5pm so orders will only be processed during these times.

Once your order has been printed and is ready for dispatch you will automatically receive a track & trace number from UPS.

You have the option once you have received your UPS track & trace email to change the address or have delivered to your nearest access point, so you don't need to stay in - life isn't meant to be lived inside waiting for parcels to be delivered!

Shipping can take 2-10 working days.

Track your parcel once dispatched with UPS or via the email sent by UPS

Woodchip & Magnolia is not liable for any import or customs duties that may occur in the process of shipping internationally.

Click here to calculate import duty & taxes for hundreds of destinations worldwide.

It remains the customers responsibility to ensure the delivery address is able to accept delivery of the items.

During busy periods and in the case of bespoke murals, manufacturing and delivery times can take longer. As a small family business we do our best to get our products to you as fast as possible, however as a very small team, factors out of our control can sometimes contribute to these longer lead times, which we hope you can understand.

We shall have no liability to you in respect of any delay or failure to deliver a product due to circumstances beyond our reasonable control, including (without limitation) delay or failure caused by adverse weather, strikes or transport problems.

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