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 interpretations are unashamedly more colourful, each one uses a similarly balanced colour palette alongside the signature, crafted texture of a surface-printed paper.
Available in 6 colours: Cordoba, Summer, Delicate, Rubine, Florence and Warm Grey.
|Brand||Little Greene Paint Co.
|Collection||National Trust II Papers
|Roll Size||52 cm x 10.05 m|
|Repeat (cm)||52 cm
|Pattern||Archive, Floral, Foliage, Traditional|
Paste the Wall
|Room||Bedroom, Living room, Dining room, Office, Hallway|