This work is a re-imagined sample of wallpaper created for the Meroogal Women’s Art Prize in Nowra. It follows the diaper pattern characteristic of the late 1880s when Meroogal home was constructed. The pattern is formed by white ochre-painted Lantana roots that frame colonial images of indigenous species, including 18 now considered threatened in the Shoalhaven region. The work celebrates Meroogal in its broader context. As a woman of colonial decent, like the Thorburn family but of another era, I have made this re-imagined remnant of decoration to include the indigenous in the Meroogal home.