From afar Parody looks to be a gallery wall of black and white drawings and photographs, but move in closer and the viewer will discover a rich tapestry documenting society, politics and English humour. Bought at auction each vignette is a 19th Century newspaper cartoon, printed in black and off white to evoke a sense of old world sophistication and tongue in cheek wit. This audacious wallpaper is the perfect accompaniment for a study, dining or living room.
Depicting postcards, travel, and mixed media, this busy wallpaper is great for studies and offices. In grey, Pinboard blends for a subtler look but every time you glance at it you see something new, stirring memories of recent trips or inspiring exciting ones to come. Pinboard exemplifies the idea behind our Museum Collection that your home is your own personal museum, gathering the memories of your life.
Inspired by 15th and 16th century tapestries, Wychwood shows bushy tailed creatures peering amongst hedgerows, blooming trees and rolling English hills. With a rich sense of folklore and the lyricism of rural land, Wychwood is made contemporary in grey neutral tones.
A clever bookcase design with painterly book spine detailing in realistic Multi. Our Library wallpaper, central to the theme of the Navigator Collection which reimagines the nostalgia of English aristocracy, consists of two separate rolls that can be pasted alternately to provide more variety to the design.
Inspired by American folk art, this motif will whisk you away to stories of old unleashing childlike enthusiasm for fairy tales. Walk through an imaginative land, from dark rolling hills carpeted with wild flowers to a tree growing giant orange pears and a whole dance of mythical creatures along the way.
Travellers Tales and Pear Tree from the Kit Kemp Collection take their toile de juoy motif from the giant mural-style wallpaper Mythical Land. Yet with added pinks and oranges at almost neon tones, the stereotypically traditional design and age-old mythical scenes are retold for the contemporary world. Kit suggests using Pear Tree wallpaper up a staircase, as if these colourful trees will lead you up to the fresh and abundant world pictured, complete with leaping leopards and giant sliming snails.
This is the lead fabric design of the Holly Frean collection. Lions, tigers, zebras and even dodo's feature in this enchanting safari scene. The design was painted by hand by British artist Holly Frean and digitally printed onto linen.
Inspired by 15th and 16th century tapestries, Friendly Folk shows bushy tailed creatures peering amongst hedgerows, blooming trees and rolling English hills. With a rich sense of folklore and the lyricism of rural land, Friendly Folk is made contemporary with a vibrant orange motif. A linen blend fabric, great for upholstery, curtains and cushions.