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.
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.
Watercolour brushstrokes and a variety of great British trees emulate the undulating landscape of the countryside at its best on this evocative wallpaper design. Use as a focal point in an otherwise neutral scheme. A fabric of the same name is available.
This realistic depiction of our favourite British birds was inspired by an 18th century painting of plants and animals. A green woodpecker, a wren, a robin, a thrush and a pair of blue tits on their nest of eggs all make their home in a modern tree of life. To complete the scene, butterflies, insects, ladybirds and various woodland berries adorn the tree.
The design is painted by watercolour in exquisitely fine detail.
Botanically drawn organic forms of corals shells birds and feathers are presented as framed souvenirs in this striking wallcovering. The realistic quality of the specimens is achieved by using an almost photographic print process.
Hykenham - A classic Sanderson floral from the talented hand of Kenneth Truman, produced for the first time as a wallpaper.
Truman joined Sanderson in 1939 bringing an astonishing aptitude for botanical drawing. He influenced the look and quality of floral artwork created at Sanderson’s Uxbridge studio for more than three decades.
Inspired by the nineteenth century craze for fern collecting and the drawings in subsequent botanist’s publications, this beautifully illustrated Sanderson wallpaper displays diverse and characterful leaf shapes and fragile fronds.
Originating in Brazil, the Calathea or ‘Prayer Plant’ was a favourite for illustration in the late 19th century due to its remarkable decorative foliage. Elegant and strikingly detailed, this wide-width wallpaper from Sanderson creates a striped pillar of abundant tropical leaves across the wall. A matching fabric is also available.
Inspired by a document in the Sanderson archive titled ‘Animal Kingdom’, Pamir Garden is a fantastical wallpaper that reflects the 1970’s fashion for exotic patterns and global cultures.
Representative of a Persian garden, this oasis scene of floral sprigs, stylised trees, tigers and antelopes has been repainted in a fresco style with a crackle glaze effect in the ground to give a time-worn look.
In a fresco style and reminiscent of Indian block prints, this mirrored ogee trellis wallpaper is filled with decorative damask detail. In a range of beautiful chalky shades, a very subtle metallic highlight features on the Stone colourway.
Very Rose and Peony - Adapted and enlarged from an original textile artwork, this archive inspired wallpaper is layered with the most incredible floral blooms. Digital printing showcases the design’s depth and intensity of colour.
Can be purchased in 1 metre increments - $338 per metre.
Inspired by designs of early 19th century hand-painted Chinese wallpapers, this wide-width trailing wallpaper shows peony blossoms and birds painted in soft watercolours and pastels. Fresh and inspiring, this design would look beautiful in open plan living spaces, bedrooms and hallways.