The soft Asian-inspired, geometric print of Feather Fan invites the eye wherever it is placed. The subtle lustre of the Charcoal and Bronze colourway gives added depth to this delicate pointillist-like design, whilst Taupe, Ballet Slipper, Seafoam, and Old Olive provide a charmingly sophisticated art deco palette.
Where fine art meets street art, Graffito is an abstract graphic print. The trademark handpainted pattern brings the expression of movement and texture to a room. Graffito now comes in nine fashion colorways on a fine 100% paper ground. Pair with the coordinating Graffito Fabric.
This wallcovering comes as an A+B set.
Please see below photo A & B (Showing the set)(Sold as set)
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.
District evokes a feeling of casual decadence through an elevated sense of artistry and uniqueness of scale. With a nod to Cubism, this hand-painted print features oversized geometric shapes in a rhythm of color and form. The cellulose blend ground has a raw matte surface.
District is available in five fashion colorways. Pair with the coordinating District Fabric.
This village scene is typical of Liguria; a tumble of painted houses, interspersed with palm trees, facing out to sea with shuttered windows and terracotta tiled rooves. This terracotta/coral/aqua colourway is also presented as a fabric with two additional colourways. PORTOVENERE is a medieval fishing village just south of the Cinque Terre.
Please note - We can supply all Osborne and Little Fabrics upon request.
Stunning and quite literally a House of Cards! Colourful antique playing cards set against a richly coloured background a classic signature Christian Lacroix look, printed onto a heavyweight non-woven ground for easy hanging. Name a literally House of Cards a gaming house.
A panorama of ephemeral half-cloud half-stone minerals appear to defy gravity in this stunning wallpaper by Christian Lacroix. Digitally printed onto a smooth non-woven ground as a complete panel 140cm wide x 300cm high each roll incorporating 2 x 70cm matching drops to be hung in sequence.
Available in three colourways - total coverage 4.2m2. Can be joined in multiples according to your wall width and trimmed in the height if required.
This archival print from Designers Guild features a small all-over stamped motif in two tones of colour.
This graphic wallpaper is traditionally surface printed onto a subtly textured non-woven ground to emulate the hand stamped feel of the original design. In eight stylish colourways for all walls and interior styles.
A subtly painted decorative trellis is reminiscent of the detailing on fine porcelain in this elegant wallpaper design. The ornate forms are combined with a soft texture in the ground and is gravure screen printed onto smooth non-woven paper for easy installation.
Available in four stylish colourways and complementary printed fabric also available.
The design studio offers us vibrant geometric shapes. Parallel lines drawn by hand to determine a hatching effect in a very graphic style. An ink or pencil effect shows the hand of the artist, the gentle and irregular movement of the nib on the ground.
Taken from our archive this design was originally a ceiling paper by Arts and Crafts designer Andrew Brophy (1844-1912). We’ve recreated the structure of the trellis and added flowers and leaves from one of May Morris’s original designs to create Brophy Trellis an incredibly usable design which pairs beautifully with other Morris & Co. fabrics and wallpapers. Available in four colourways: Linen/Sage Russet/Gold Ivory/Sage and Deep Teal
Inspired by the earlier design, Bachelors Button of 1892, this evocative wallpaper encapsulates the romance of the medieval past that so inspired Morris and was designed by John Henry Dearle in 1912. Gracefully arching leaves punctuated by mid-scale blooms, this wallpaper is produced in both dark and light colourways.
Narina shares its name with the beautiful Narina Trogan Bird, native to KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. Derived from the detailed patterning found on many Ardmore bowls and vases, the Cole & Son design studio have created a soft watercoloured geometric design using the stylised feathers of the Narina Bird to produce a subtle yet unusual semi-plain wallpaper.
Offered in colourings including soft neutrals alongside a vibrant burnt orange, leaf green and moody charcoal, this beautiful paper can be used to complement other designs within the collection and can also be hung upside down for an equally striking effect.
The layered look of Hex gives dimension to any surface. Angular hexagonal forms scatter across the linen blend ground, creating a tension between geometry and visual texture. Available in five dynamic colour combinations.