A beautiful mid-scale floral pattern based on a French 18th century block print. The stylised flowers look rather like poppies and chrysanthemums set within a ribbon structure. In a indigo and cream colourway, this wallpaper is truly enchanting. The background is a mass of tiny dots – a technique called ‘pointillage’, created when the block was carved to leave a series of raised dots, which explains the irregularity in their scale and placement – the original marks of the block printer and the happy mistakes and over-prints with only a little tidying, remain as the original.
- Colour Reference
- Indigo Kirkcaldy
- 138 cms
- Pattern Repeat
- 62.5 cms
- Care Notes
- Composition - 100% Cellulose Fibre
- This is a wide width wallpaper.
This wallpaper is hand printed to order and is sold per metre.
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