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Little Greene wallpaper collections are known for their skill in resurrecting beautiful designs from forgotten archives, using specialist printing methods on the finest papers giving sophistication to their wallpapers.
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Bedford Square Wallpaper from London Wallpapers V collection from Little Greene. Bedford Square is one of the most impressive squares in London, it was originally laid out in 1775/1776 and until World War II the majority of its houses were inhabited by lawyers, architects, publishers and other professionals. The original of...
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Bedford Square Wallpaper from London Wallpapers V collection from Little Greene. Bedford Square is one of the most impressive squares in London, it was originally laid out in 1775/1776 and until World War II the majority of its houses were inhabited by lawyers, architects, publishers and other professionals. The original of...
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Bedford Square Wallpaper from London Wallpapers V collection from Little Greene. Bedford Square is one of the most impressive squares in London, it was originally laid out in 1775/1776 and until World War II the majority of its houses were inhabited by lawyers, architects, publishers and other professionals. The original of...
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Bedford Square Wallpaper from London Wallpapers V collection from Little Greene. Bedford Square is one of the most impressive squares in London, it was originally laid out in 1775/1776 and until World War II the majority of its houses were inhabited by lawyers, architects, publishers and other professionals. The original of...
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Bedford Square Wallpaper from London Wallpapers V collection from Little Greene. Bedford Square is one of the most impressive squares in London, it was originally laid out in 1775/1776 and until World War II the majority of its houses were inhabited by lawyers, architects, publishers and other professionals. The original of...
£97.00
Beech Nut (Oxburgh Hall) c.1782 from National Trust Papers II Collection An authentic, late Georgian design, this paper was uncovered at Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk. Originally used within a brightly-coloured, flocked, floral border, the leaf and nut element was block-printed in a rather more subdued grey colourway. While its six contemporary...
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This paper, a revision of an authentic 19th Century French damask, was found more recently as a painted piece of artwork in a Parisian studio. It is a common misconception that colours used in historic decoration were exclusively drab; the rich shades, layering and gradation of colour reproduced here are...
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£73.00
This paper, a revision of an authentic 19th Century French damask, was found more recently as a painted piece of artwork in a Parisian studio. It is a common misconception that colours used in historic decoration were exclusively drab; the rich shades, layering and gradation of colour reproduced here are...
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£73.00
This paper, a revision of an authentic 19th Century French damask, was found more recently as a painted piece of artwork in a Parisian studio. It is a common misconception that colours used in historic decoration were exclusively drab; the rich shades, layering and gradation of colour reproduced here are...
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£73.00
This paper, a revision of an authentic 19th Century French damask, was found more recently as a painted piece of artwork in a Parisian studio. It is a common misconception that colours used in historic decoration were exclusively drab; the rich shades, layering and gradation of colour reproduced here are...
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£73.00
This paper, a revision of an authentic 19th Century French damask, was found more recently as a painted piece of artwork in a Parisian studio. It is a common misconception that colours used in historic decoration were exclusively drab; the rich shades, layering and gradation of colour reproduced here are...
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£73.00
This paper, a revision of an authentic 19th Century French damask, was found more recently as a painted piece of artwork in a Parisian studio. It is a common misconception that colours used in historic decoration were exclusively drab; the rich shades, layering and gradation of colour reproduced here are...
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£70.50
This paper, a revision of an authentic 19th Century French damask, was found more recently as a painted piece of artwork in a Parisian studio. It is a common misconception that colours used in historic decoration were exclusively drab; the rich shades, layering and gradation of colour reproduced here are...
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£62.50
A classic Roman or Regency proportion stripe originally produced in the 18th Century using the open trough method, in which the stripes were created by bands of paint seeping through holes or slots in the bottom of a wooden trough, onto the surface of the paper as it was pulled...
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£62.50
A classic Roman or Regency proportion stripe originally produced in the 18th Century using the open trough method, in which the stripes were created by bands of paint seeping through holes or slots in the bottom of a wooden trough, onto the surface of the paper as it was pulled...
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£62.50
A classic Roman or Regency proportion stripe originally produced in the 18th Century using the open trough method, in which the stripes were created by bands of paint seeping through holes or slots in the bottom of a wooden trough, onto the surface of the paper as it was pulled...
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£62.50
A classic Roman or Regency proportion stripe originally produced in the 18th Century using the open trough method, in which the stripes were created by bands of paint seeping through holes or slots in the bottom of a wooden trough, onto the surface of the paper as it was pulled...
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£62.50
A classic Roman or Regency proportion stripe originally produced in the 18th Century using the open trough method, in which the stripes were created by bands of paint seeping through holes or slots in the bottom of a wooden trough, onto the surface of the paper as it was pulled...
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£62.50
A classic Roman or Regency proportion stripe originally produced in the 18th Century using the open trough method, in which the stripes were created by bands of paint seeping through holes or slots in the bottom of a wooden trough, onto the surface of the paper as it was pulled...
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£62.50
A classic Roman or Regency proportion stripe originally produced in the 18th Century using the open trough method, in which the stripes were created by bands of paint seeping through holes or slots in the bottom of a wooden trough, onto the surface of the paper as it was pulled...
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£62.50
A classic Roman or Regency proportion stripe originally produced in the 18th Century using the open trough method, in which the stripes were created by bands of paint seeping through holes or slots in the bottom of a wooden trough, onto the surface of the paper as it was pulled...
Quick look
£62.50
A classic Roman or Regency proportion stripe originally produced in the 18th Century using the open trough method, in which the stripes were created by bands of paint seeping through holes or slots in the bottom of a wooden trough, onto the surface of the paper as it was pulled...
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Brodsworth Wallpaper from London Wallpapers V collection from Little Greene. A lively and engaging design featuring beautiful birds and delicate floral motifs. Slightly raised and incorporating rich gilding detail, the pattern was originally designed to imitate stamped leather. Based on early 18th century French textiles and furnishings, encompassing panels, scrolls and...
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Brodsworth Wallpaper from London Wallpapers V collection from Little Greene. A lively and engaging design featuring beautiful birds and delicate floral motifs. Slightly raised and incorporating rich gilding detail, the pattern was originally designed to imitate stamped leather. Based on early 18th century French textiles and furnishings, encompassing panels, scrolls and...
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Brodsworth Wallpaper from London Wallpapers V collection from Little Greene. A lively and engaging design featuring beautiful birds and delicate floral motifs. Slightly raised and incorporating rich gilding detail, the pattern was originally designed to imitate stamped leather. Based on early 18th century French textiles and furnishings, encompassing panels, scrolls and...
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Brook Street Wallpaper from London Wallpapers V collection from Little Greene. In entirely different eras, two neighbouring houses in Mayfair’s fashionable Brook Street were homes to the baroque composer George Frideric Handel and rock musician Jimi Hendrix respectively. Hendrix spent some of his short-lived musical career in a flat at No....
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Brook Street Wallpaper from London Wallpapers V collection from Little Greene. In entirely different eras, two neighbouring houses in Mayfair’s fashionable Brook Street were homes to the baroque composer George Frideric Handel and rock musician Jimi Hendrix respectively. Hendrix spent some of his short-lived musical career in a flat at No....
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Brook Street Wallpaper from London Wallpapers V collection from Little Greene. In entirely different eras, two neighbouring houses in Mayfair’s fashionable Brook Street were homes to the baroque composer George Frideric Handel and rock musician Jimi Hendrix respectively. Hendrix spent some of his short-lived musical career in a flat at No....
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Brook Street Wallpaper from London Wallpapers V collection from Little Greene. In entirely different eras, two neighbouring houses in Mayfair’s fashionable Brook Street were homes to the baroque composer George Frideric Handel and rock musician Jimi Hendrix respectively. Hendrix spent some of his short-lived musical career in a flat at No....
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Brook Street Wallpaper from London Wallpapers V collection from Little Greene. In entirely different eras, two neighbouring houses in Mayfair’s fashionable Brook Street were homes to the baroque composer George Frideric Handel and rock musician Jimi Hendrix respectively. Hendrix spent some of his short-lived musical career in a flat at No....
£90.00
Burges Snail (Knightshayes Court) c.1878 from National Trust Papers II Collection Built between 1869 and 1874, Knightshayes Court in Devon was designed for the Heathcoat Amory family by the Gothic Revivalist architect and interior designer William Burges. An eccentric and, at-times, controversial character, he designed some of the most original...
£91.00
The original wallpaper that inspired this design, found at a property in Carlisle Street in Soho, London, is actually a much more complex pattern than the design we have extracted from it. By removing the solid stripes and extraneous leaf trail, we are left with a wallpaper that achieves all-over...
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