Capturing the rich decorative nature of the Art Deco era and its geometric modernism, the Metropolis textile collection is completed with five sumptuous coordinating wallpapers utilising diverse printing techniques and multiple substrates. These include metallic inks and foil alongside textured surface prints, printed onto both paper and non-woven substrates, capturing this luxurious and spirited era.
The first collection ‘Lanikai’ comprises of six Hawaiian-inspired prints each rendered in a variety of colourways. The latest collection ‘Heirloom’ rediscovers textiles from our Grandmother’s cupboard and a softer palette printed on natural coloured linen is displayed throughout the five new designs. Produced entirely in Australia, both collections are carefully constructed and screen-printed by hand. The fabrics work beautifully on their own or even more successfully when mixed and matched on sofas, armchairs, curtains, cushions and lampshades in Spiro’s inimitable eclectic style.
Slightly larger in scale than its fabric counterpart, Severne was originally printed at Morriss Merton Abbey workshop in South London. An elegant damask of acanthus leaves framing a central flowerhead, this is a new design for the Simply Morris collection.
Originally a best-selling carpet design, this wallpaper has a specially designed border, which has been incorporated into this contemporary wallpaper. The small-scale interlocking floral motif makes it an extremely versatile print which can be used on all four walls. A fabric of the same name is also available.
This understated wallpaper depicts Persian, overblown flowers climbing in a trailing pattern with softened edges. The pattern was based on a carpet designed by John Henry Dearle in the 1890s, and is now available in distinct colourways.
Dramatic swirling leaves coil around on this monochrome wallpaper. The Morris & Co. studio enlarged the original 1892 design and painted it in the style of medieval frescos with dramatic effect creating a show stopping, 140cm width wallpaper. Also available as a printed fabric and woven cloth.
Reportedly one of Morriss favourite designs and originally produced in 1876, this wallpaper features clusters of snakeshead fritillaries and is an ideal wallpaper to team with larger scale Morris fabrics. Available in a wide range of earthy colourways, this design is also available as a fabric of the same name.
First produced in 1884, this opulent wallpaper design features a striped meandering diagonal branch from which flowers emanate. The original would have needed 32 blocks to print it. Todays version is available in a stunning array of colourways including an icy stone version, perfect for all walls of the room. Take a look at the fabric of the same name.
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.
Cole & Son’s designers took inspiration for Chamber Angels from the unique, carousel style structure found on the ceiling of The Presence Chamber, which forms part of the King’s State Apartments at Kensington Palace. Originally designed by William Kent, one of the most influential names in early 18th century design, the celebratory style of the pattern is evocative of the essence of the room, being a place where the king entertained and received courtiers, ministers and foreign ambassadors. Dancing figures have been combined with delicate foliage and the ripened fruits, once found in the Kensington Palace Orangery, create a decoratively decadent design.
The thistle motifs incorporated into our titular design will add a touch of elegant grandeur to any home. Its delicate, detailed, and beautifully depicted blooms are reminiscent of the floral wallpapers found in the rooms of long-ago abodes. An intricate floral pattern complete with gorgeous white and pink flowers creates an exquisite antiquated beauty and a true work of interior art.
Our Divine Paisley wallpaper is intricately patterned and beautifully designed. Inspired by antiquated oriental artwork, it looks uniquely lovely as the backdrop for chic bedrooms. Available in five colour schemes.
A terrific design depicting a collection of rosettes, emblems and badges in photorealistic glory with unique Lacroix style. Cocarde in French is a rosette made of ribbons and beads that was used by the soldiers but then used as a decoration on hats, clothes etc. by women after the Revolution
A bold geometric Topiary is the epitome of stately opulence, with fanciful designs of knots and labyrinths creating these beautifully ornate spaces. In contrast to these manicured masterpieces, the Cole & Son design studio have created a softer watercolour approach, encapsulating the gentle breeze enjoyed whilst discovering these vast tapestries of colour and shape. In soft watercoloured tones of Leaf Green, Soot, and China Blue, Topiary is a design in which your imagination can wander into the world of Parterre’s past.
Our co-ordinating wallpaper takes us in a more painterly direction, further exploring traditional hand painted tile inspiration. Majorelle Wallpaper uses digital technology to capture the watercolour paint effects and is printed onto a pre-embossed paper-based vinyl for durability. The faux linen emboss adds further dimension to this intricate design, reflecting the surface irregularities of authentic Oriental tiled walls. The colour palette mirrors the coordinating Majorelle textile and includes a bold deep emerald green