A smart useable wallpaper for a variety of living spaces, Fan Palm from Sanderson creates an elegant silhouette shape with fine line work bringing a subtle textural look. Metallic inks offset with the Linen, Charcoal and Rhodera colourways to dramatic effect.
Inspired by a Chinese embroidery made towards the end of the 19th century, this popular 1930’s design would’ve been imported from east to west when its cheerful style was first in vogue. Surface printing captures a decorative, hand printed look on a lovely chalky ground.
Sharing a bird’s eye view of the jungle canopy surrounded by orchids, foliage and feathers, this fabulous design from the Sanderson archive has been painted with pencil and watercolour in a more botanical style whilst retaining its key elements.
Inspired by a beautiful, painted silk, this wallpaper was designed in the Sanderson studio. Telling a story of English water gardens, Emperor ducks, characterful frogs and regal koi carp pair with irises and roses to recreate the spirit of the 1930s.
A great cost effective alternative to Schumacher Lotus Garden.
Chosen as the 2020 QEST (Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust) Sanderson Design Co. Scholar decorative painter Rachel Spelling has crafted an elegant contemporary wallpaper panel for Sanderson Water Garden. Inspired by nature’s peaceful pleasures in contrast to the chaos of London in lockdown her design draws on the joys of springtime buds early butterflies and a quiet sense of space.
Using a refined and harmonious palette of gently layered pinks, blues and yellows, Rachel’s muted scheme reveals a tranquil horizon that reaches from water to sky. A painted casein distemper ground, breathable and chalky, forms an ethereal backdrop to trailing golden laburnum clusters, which caught Rachel’s eye in the Sanderson archive. Available in one colourway: Soft Jade/Pink Blossom
Chinoiserie Hall is inspired by a beautifully coloured archive wallpaper called Chinese Magpie, believed to be designed by William Turner (1867-1936) and produced by Jeffrey & Co. In this iteration, intricate budgies perch on delicate branches amongst springtime blossom and neat buds.
This intricately woven decorative jacquard fabric was inspired by an Uzbekistani suzani from the Sanderson archive. The handcrafted feel of the original textile has been beautifully captured and shown here in two new colourways.
This wonderfully soft cotton velvet with jacquard weft detail was designed in the Sanderson studio. Its durable and an excellent choice for upholstery, with a forest of gingko and bonsai trees creating a stunning treetop canopy.
Inspired by authentic Indienne textiles, originally produced in the east and manufactured in Europe, this interpretation was designed in the Sanderson studio. Produced using transitional colourways, stylised peacocks and tropical birds perch upon well spaced branches in a range of delicate watercolour tones.
The Blueberry colourway is printed on satin and both the Gosling Yellow and Cinnabar Red colourways are on 100% linen and suitable for drapes only.
This sunburst patterned fabric is inspired by an original suzani document. With its finely embroidered ogee shaped trellis surrounding the central motif, Starla works wonderfully well in a contemporary setting.
Inspired by a wallpaper from the archive, Japanese influences feature in this subtly textured fabric that retains a hand block printed look. An all-over pattern of striped bamboo, hibiscus, hydrangea and wisteria provide a twisting backdrop to perched exotic birds.