Estelle is a non-woven paper...
Aranami meaning raging waves; is taken from a painstakingly crafted papercut design which Farrow & Ball upscaled to create a detailed, flowing pattern.
It is a beautifully textured woven design that conjures picturesque scenes of Japanese fishermen repairing their nets.
Taken from an 1800s French jacquard, Paisley is a contemporary version of the timeless paisley design so often seen in the worlds of fashion and interior design.
Yukutori meaning birds flying away in a group; is a simple design taken from a mid-twentieth century Japanese pen and ink drawing.
Tourbillon is taken from the Ducharne studio which created designs for some of the most famous couture houses in France from the 1920s to 1960s.
Shouchikubai meaning apricot, bamboo and pine, all plants associated with celebration; has a very Oriental feel, featuring flowers, bamboo and trees in distinctively Japanese hexagonal frames.
Leopard print transcends the changing fashions. Fun and quirky, Ocelot is a modern classic. Theres no doubt such a timeless and tantalising design would bring vigour and character to any room.
Taken from 19th Century French archives, Lattice is a wallpaper of palpable class. The undulating pattern ripples up the length of the paper, creating a mesmerising and hypnotic design. Lattice is brassy and elegant, brave and modestly chic.
This was originally found in Josephine Bonaparte’s bed chamber as a silk fabric. Featuring an enchanting myriad of bumble bees and sprinkled with cheeky polka dots, this is a hypnotic design that inspires a beguiling sense of childish innocence and playfulness.
Toile Trellis is based on an original 18th century fabric design. This is a quietly nostalgic wallpaper, featuring delicate leaf motifs and romantic bows that create a warm, idyllic feel.
A stunning adaptation of an elegant neoclassical wallpaper design, featuring an architectural diamond trellis border with a delicate foliate motif.
Based on an 18th Century textile design known as Vermicelli, which translates literally as 'little worm'.