I am a wallpaper lover! I really appreciate how putting some paper on the walls injects pattern, color, and personality in a way nothing else can. And the thing is, wallpaper has come a long way!
Handmade oriental wallpaper was first brought to Europe by Indian merchants in 16th century. However, following the fact that creating such wallpaper involved very careful and attentive to every detail work and the fact that its transportation was not cheap or easy, only a limited number of people could actually afford to get hold of this exclusive wall finishing material. Only after some time, the popularity of this wallpaper type became common.
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Well known and loved for their traditional, English-inspired wallpapers, Sanderson also offer bold, contemporary and innovative wallpaper designs ideal for the modern interior. Browse all Sanderson products. English Blue.
These cultured wallpaper motifs include toiles, bamboo, and feng-shui wall accents. Metallic silver accents the dark aqua and seafoam blooms over a pale grey-tinted backdrop. Peony Tree is an unpasted, nonwoven wallpaper.
Grey On Mink Brown Paste The Wall Modern Floral WallpaperThe Kyoto wallpaper features an elegant and tranquil oriental-influenced design with pencil sketched style trees on iridescent and shimmering background. Grey On Gold Bronze Paste The Wall Modern Floral Wallpaper The Kyoto wallpaper features an elegant and tranquil oriental-influenced design with pencil sketched style trees on iridescent and shimmering background. Grey On Pewter Grey Paste The Wall Modern Floral WallpaperThe Kyoto wallpaper features an elegant and tranquil oriental-influenced design with pencil sketched style trees on iridescent and shimmering background.
The birds in the papers are believed to represent good fortune and harmony. The graceful crane is a common emblem in oriental paintings and symbolizes longevity as well as wisdom. Two cranes flying towards the sun represent ambition, a crane among clouds represent nobility and a pair of cranes flying together represent a wish for a long harmonious life.