The wallpaper from which this design is drawn, is most likely of British Edwardian origin, but stylistically is very representative of the era’s passion for oriental design, which retained a close connection to nature, simplicity and harmony. The trailing blossom and repeating birds are elements commonly found in early, hand-painted chinoiserie, and the use of traditional surface printing retains a tactile quality that subtly offers more to the discerning eye than a conventionally mass-produced paper. It once adorned the walls of the Grey Room at Gunby Hall in Lincolnshire, a large country house that was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1944.

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Colorway
Verditer
Product code
0260MAVERDI
Product type
Wallpaper
Width
1 ft 8.5 in
Length
32 ft 11.7 in
Repeat
2 ft 1.6 in
Hanging method
Paste the wall How To video
Wallpaper type
Standard
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