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Ithaka Velvet - Blue/Red

Lee Jofa

$516.00

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    Sumba - Blue

    Lee Jofa

    $198.00

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      Buscot - Storm

      Lee Jofa

      $48.00

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        String Along - Dune

        KravetContract

        $99.80

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          Roadline - Mimosa

          KravetContract

          $137.00

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            Round Off - Grotto

            KravetContract

            $159.00

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              Izzie - Copper

              KravetContract

              $85.00

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                Fabric

                Wallpaper borders have been out of fashion since the mid-1990s, so it seems a comeback is inevitable. Cole & Son, the English wallpaper manufacturer established in 1875, carries a small collection of borders unlike those you remember from your childhood bedroom and may work well in your contemporary project.

                Grasscloth is one of the best solutions for a client who is leery of pattern but wants a warm, luxurious surrounding. These papers are often made of real grasses taken from nature and genuinely bring the outdoors in. Some, like silver-backed grasscloth or gold-backed grasscloth, provide a luminous quality. Where plaster quality is lacking, this may be a helpful thing to specify.

                Wallpaper murals and wallpaper panels add scale to any space they occupy. Usually conceived to have 1 -3 vertical repeats, they help take full advantage of a room's height. Groundworks Lucky Charm is evocative of a Chinese garden, while Cole & Son's Fornasetti panels carry viewers to another realm entirely.

                Printed wallpapers are a mainstay in the interior designer's arsenal. With so many printing methods, from digital printing to hand blocking, the sky's the limit when it comes to the sort of attitude you can convey.
                A supplier of wallpapers to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Cole & Son was founded in North London by John Perry in 1875. With designs firmly rooted in history, Cole & Son has remained at the forefront of the industry since its establishment. Perry incorporated antique woodblock printing methods with industrial manufacturing processes, developed methods of giving paper the look of silk, and opened one of the first silk screen printing studios in Europe. The company continues to innovate today and launched its first fabrics in 2019.

                Wallpaper borders have been out of fashion since the mid-1990s, so it seems a comeback is inevitable. Cole & Son, the English wallpaper manufacturer established in 1875, carries a small collection of borders unlike those you remember from your childhood bedroom and may work well in your contemporary project.

                Grasscloth is one of the best solutions for a client who is leery of pattern but wants a warm, luxurious surrounding. These papers are often made of real grasses taken from nature and genuinely bring the outdoors in. Some, like silver-backed grasscloth or gold-backed grasscloth, provide a luminous quality. Where plaster quality is lacking, this may be a helpful thing to specify.

                Wallpaper murals and wallpaper panels add scale to any space they occupy. Usually conceived to have 1 -3 vertical repeats, they help take full advantage of a room's height. Groundworks Lucky Charm is evocative of a Chinese garden, while Cole & Son's Fornasetti panels carry viewers to another realm entirely.

                Printed wallpapers are a mainstay in the interior designer's arsenal. With so many printing methods, from digital printing to hand blocking, the sky's the limit when it comes to the sort of attitude you can convey.