William Morris was a prolific designer of both wall and ceiling patterns for wallpaper, but many of Morris & Co’s most impressive interiors were stenciled and hand painted. These rooms, done for firm’s most prestigious clients, including Queen Victoria herself, featured magnificent dadoes, borders, and friezes that were never translated onto printed paper.
In the 19th century, classically inspired interiors were often hand painted and stenciled. We have transferred these stencil patterns to a series of modular wallpaper borders and panels.
Roll Width 53 cm Roll length 10.05 m Match Half Drop Repeat 38 cm
Width & Height 53 cm x 10.05 m Match: Straight. Repeat: 76 cm
Adapted from old, original Indo-Persian designs, these elaborate motifs used individually or in combination can transform a plain interior room into a scintillating Orientalist jewel box!
Width & Height 52 cm x 10.05 m Match: No alignment. Repeat: 0 cm
Width & Height 53 cm x 10.05 m Match: Straight. Repeat: 21,40 cm
William Morris and Walter Crane are two of the undisputed geniuses of 19th century pattern design and co-founders of the English Arts & Crafts movement. Their designs often appeared together, most notably in Queen Victoria’s own Kensington Palace.
Our selection of wallpaper will fit into any period interior.
Width & Height 10.05 m x 40 cm Match: Straight. Repeat: 64 cm
Width & Height 52 cm x 10.05 m Match: Straight. Repeat: 61,50 cm
Peaseblossom and butterfly wallpaper in choice of five colours
Width & Height 52 cm x 10.05 m Match: Straight. Repeat: 76 cm
The Aesthetic Movement emerged in the interiors and decorative arts of England and America in the last quarter of the 19th century. Strongly influenced by Japanese design, the Movement enthusiastically upheld the notion that artfully ornamented interiors were essential to quality living.
Width & Height 68.5 cm x 10 m Match: Half drop. Repeat: 76,20 cm
Width & Height 53 cm x 10.05 m Match: No alignment. Repeat: 0 cm
Width & Height 53 cm x 10.05 m Match: Half drop. Repeat: 76 cm
Width & Height 52 cm x 10 m Match: Straight. Repeat: 35.90 cm
Christopher Dresser was the great futurist amongst Victorian designers. Understanding that the future of design would be shaped by technology, he embraced machine production, making him one of the world’s first “name” industrial designers.
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Width & Height 53 cm x 10.05 m Match: Straight. Repeat: 26.50 cm
Width & Height 53 cm x 10.05 m Match: Half drop. Repeat: 72.50 cm
The Victorian Era (1837-1901) was a period of transformation. In the decorative arts, this vibrant era did not produce merely one style, it produced many. Historical revivals, an anti-industrial return to nature, futurism, and Oriental exoticism all coexisted in the public imagination, and were often found in enthusiastic, if not startling, decorative combinations. Our Victorian Collection is divided into five main groupings that represent these varying design styles. Each grouping contains “roomsets” in different coordinated colorings, featuring harmonizing wall and ceiling patterns that can be used together to create the popular motifs of the Victorian era.
Mix one part Japanese with one part High Victorian Gothic, add the promotional genius of Oscar Wilde, and you have a formula for one of the most progressive design movements of the 19th century.
Width & Height 52 cm x 10.05 m Match: Straight. Repeat: 53 cm
Victorian Stair Runner Carpet – style KO1164 in Red, Beige/Brown or Beige Red £48.60
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Roll Width 53 cm Roll length 10.05 m Repeat 53 cm Pattern Match: Halfdrop
Two tone bamboo trellis and flower wallpaper – four colourways