Rich and intricate floral designs from the Cole & Son archive have been adapted with the aid of 21st century printing technology to produce an Art Nouveau inspired collection imbued with rich colours and delicate details.
A romantic floral print, intricately depicting hummingbirds perched on a foliage and flowers. Originally a handmade block print wallpaper from the Cole & Son archive this pattern is now surface printed giving a beautiful rich texture.
THE INDIA PAPER
The India Paper is a delicate and detailed floral wall covering. Drawing inspiration from designs first seen in England in the middle of the 19th century, when hand printed Chinese silk panels were imported. This wallpaper is an elegant interpretation of a luxurious historic design.
The Art Nouveau floral wallpaper design, Poppy, is now blowsy and brazen in cerise and dove grey on silver; paper white and black on ochre; purple and grey on violet or flame and pewter on grey.
Originally a mid eighteenth century textile design, Eastern Rose is a two colour creeping floral wallpaper, offered in silver on taupe; bronze on taupe; gunmetal on fuchsia; cream on duck egg or white on stone.
A stunningly pretty Cole & Son archive design from 1842, beautifully drawn sweet peas including shades of rose and mulberry pink on a soft sky blue base, rich pinks and gold on black, and delicate lilac on white.
Originally an Arts and Crafts design, the Cornelia wallpaper features has a mass of buds and foliage scrambling across the wall in silver on buff; chalk on dove; bronze on fuchsia or silver on aubergine.
Floral wallpaper Egerton, features delicate wisteria and trailing leaves accompanied by pretty bees. Colour-ways include white and bronze on mist; palest pink and putty on champagne lustre or white and bronze on aubergine.
A delicate early Victorian damask wallpaper, the Ladies Slipper design, features a ladies slipper orchid between two roses and is set within a filigree circle in old gold on duck egg blue; chalk on stone; silver on pretty violet; copper on cerise or rose tinted mica on coal.
Sweet gentle flowers feature in this traditional Victorian floral wallpaper design. Myrtle features a rich mix of carnations, sweet williams, roses and lilies all magically growing on a shared stem in silver and white on taupe or rose, green and gold on pale plum or pink.
Attributed to the celebrated Arts and Crafts designer C.F. Voysey, the Dovedale wallpaper design has stylized silhouettes of doves and swallows perched within dense foliage. Available in colour-ways of gold on duck egg; chalk on pale putty or gold on crimson.
Gathered on crackle grounds, this early Victorian floral wallpaper Lilac has grey and gold on silver gilt or scarlet tipped pink on silver gilt.
This classic small-scale floral wallpaper print has been adapted and produced in demure in neutrals on French grey; fizzing pink and silver on stone or divinely decadent in lipstick red, purple and gold on black.
An intriguing Charles Rennie Mackintosh inspired Art Nouveau wallpaper design, Pergola, has a latticework of stylised roses, seed pods, harebells and hearts in bronze on old white; silver on lime; chocolate on bronze or chalk on buff.
The acclaimed floral wallpaper design, Madras Violet pulled from the Cole & Son archive is now available in colour-ways of white sage and gold on dusty pink; white with moss green and lime metallic on blue; indigo with olive and pewter on cream or raspberry with olive and bronze on deep brown.
A small-scale Art Nouveau design has been enlarged and transformed into Vine Tree. This elegant floral bouquet floating in a star-strewn sky is ethereal in crackled silver on mouse; silver crackle on silver or silver crackle on night sky.
Originally a mid Victorian wallpaper design, the delicately sketched Wild Flowers pattern floats on an ornate background adding another dimension to this classic design, pewter and pink on brown; cornflower blue and silver on stone; pink and bronze on terracotta or white and bronze on duck egg.
An Art Nouveau damask wallpaper design Tulip Damask features single silhouetted tulips encircled with leaves in bronze on chocolate; flame on cerise; chalk on parchment or silver on mink.