William Morris Inspiration Wallpaper.

Wallpaper Ideas for Every Room and Style

In 1880 Morris was asked to redecorate rooms at London’s St. James’s Palace, a job
for which he created a special wallpaper: ‘St. James’s’.
Carrying a suitably lavish pattern, this design required 68 separate printing
blocks to create a repeat over two wallpaper widths, and had a vertical repeat
of 127cm.

William Morris Wallpaper Created over 150 years ago, these wallpaper reproductions are still extremely prevalent today. The naturalistic patterns with a unique British twist bring a touch of luxury to statement rooms.[reference at William Morris Wallpaper | Finest Arts and Crafts patterns | Wallpaper from the 70s]

[St Sabastian Shades of Blue Wallpaper]

[Wispa Heather Violet Wallpaper]

ideas are the ultimate way to add a splash of colour and pattern to any space.
While it’s been all the rage recently, the earliest forms of this decorative wall treatment actually
date back all the way to the 16th century. Wallpaper has made a huge comeback in
recent years, ushering in a new era of wall décor. From bold,
large-scale prints that make a dramatic statement to whimsical designs that
instantly brighten a room, wallpaper has the power to completely transform a

[Embry Pine Green]

[Darcie Lemon Yellow Wallpaper]

[Despina Green Beige]

[Jakobine Pastel Turquoise Pearl Lustre]