An extraordinary and elegant mid 18th century design from Amen Court in London. Thomas Chippendale recommended these 'grisaille' wallpapers for use on well lit hallways or staircases as their colours would not fade in the bright sunlight. Also known as ' Pillar and Arch Paper ' this example was was reproduced using six hand carved wooden blocks for Temple Newsam House, Yorkshire. It is an exquisite design in a restrained colour way which suits both an historic or contemporary interior.
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For custom colour ways please contact us to discuss your specific requirements and/ or send a sample for colour matching. We have a wealth of knowledge and experience and are happy to advise and to help you choose the appropriate colour and style, to suit both historic or contemporary interiors.
Each wallpaper is a unique work of art and is handcrafted to order, with great attention to both detail and quality. We take great care to achieve such a beautiful result therefore once you have approved the sample your project will take approx 10 weeks to complete.
As each commission is bespoke we do not make in 10metre rolls, but design the installation to fit your room making the best of architectural features such as fireplaces, windows and the available light. We would ask that you supply a measured drawing of the room , or, if preferred, we can arrange a visit from one of our specialist team to check the dimensions for you.
If you have any questions or would like to talk about the wallpaper please ring us on +44(0)1594 510003 or message us HERE
The design is reproduced with kind permission of Temple Newsam House and the price includes a donation to their ongoing work restoring this magnificent building.
Samples : Samples available on request from £75 each .
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