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1838 Wallcoverings: Rosemore & Avington

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1838 Wallcoverings specialise in producing high end collections that are produced by the beautiful craft of Surface Printing.


This technique was created in 1838 by Charles Potter, his brother Harold, and Walmsley Preston - a foreman machine printer, who had a mind that was ingeniously mechanical.


All of the collections from 1838 are designed with customers in mind. Each design is created to last, proving easy to hang (paste the wall) and are available in a range of designs, styles, colourways and co-ordinations to suit any taste.

 

Get Ready for the DRAMA

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The Romo Group presents the latest from their luxury brand 'Black Edition' with Herbaria.

Historic inspirations are the foundation of the collection, deconstructing and rebuilding elaborate designs through intricate layering and innovative colouring.

Herbaria is a dramatic collection of of decadent velvets, baroque damasks and a striking colour palette that give an intensity and individuality that is undoubtedly Black Edition.

A beautiful visit from Elitis

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Fascinated by the beauty of the Greek islands, the sun, the blue sea and the sky, Patrice Marraud des Grottes (Elitis Auteur) drew his inspiration from the name of the contemporary Greek poet Odysseas Elytis when naming his company, created in Toulouse in 1988.

Sine then, Elitis artists gather creative inspiration from all areas of the globe. In 2017, the inspiration for the latest collection has come from our very own Oceania!

 

Cole & Son: The Ardmore Collection

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Ardmore is a new and exciting collaboration with Ardmore Ceramic Art.

The collection features a variety of conversational, vibrant, pictorial wallpapers and borders that add a whole new dimension to the Cole & Son library.

On your Walls: Going Green

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One of the trends emerging this year sees a lot more greenery in interior settings. Not just with pretty pot plants, but foliage that is taking over the entire wall!

Botanical wallpaper is a great way to bring a sense of freshness into your room, if you are not so much of a green-fingered gardener. We are also seeing a wider variety of wallpaper that is moving away from the floral and instead focuses on the beauty of the greenery.

We’ve pulled together our favourite leafy wallpapers as inspiration for Spring! Check it out:

Liberty Art Fabrics: The Chesham Cabinet

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Introducing the latest from Liberty: Chesham Cabinet collection: a new interiors collection inspired by antique doll and cabinet houses from the 1800’s and beyond.

The elegant colour palettes and diverse print combinations draw on their distinctive, period interiors. A series of innovative prints created in-house, from stunning archive documents and interesting collaborations.

JAB Anstoetz: 2 different styles

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JAB Anstoetz: Interior Furnishings are our Passion

For customers around the world, the name JAB Anstoetz stands for visionary design and top quality textile creations that set new trends time and again.

 In the most recent collection, JAB Anstoetz has brought out two contrasting looks – one for the signature summer style and one that inspires an older era of glamour parties and gatzby décor.

Cubana – Matthew Williamson at Osborne & Little

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…Her name was Lola, she was a showgirl With yellow feathers in her hair and a dress cut down to there…

Barry Manilow’s Copacabana is not quite where the inspiration for the latest collection from Matthew Williamson originates from, but it brings to memory an era of feathers and colours and a variety of tropicalities… oh my!