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Achillea Aurora Mural

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Originally just a small border design, a fragment of which is kept at Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk, this pattern has been completely transformed in scale. Depicting silhouetted stems and flower heads of yarrow, or perhaps the locally abundant marsh sow-thistle, the style is distinctly Art Nouveau and the flat colours are typical of a screen-printed design. Besides a radical shift in size, the stunning colour treatment of Achillea’s five modern colour ways make this suitable as either a backdrop or focal point for contemporary rooms.

Washable, Application:Paste the wall

This total design consists of 3 panels covering 1.56m in total width. This is supplied in a 52cm wide by 975cm long roll. 

‘National Trust Papers’ is an eclectic collection of contemporary wallpapers based on original designs from the National Trust’s property portfolio. Comprising 40 colour ways over seven designs, the collection represents 200 years of timeless pattern, from the early 18th to the early 20th century. Each wallpaper has been recreated from originals in National Trust properties nationwide, including papers still adorning ancient walls, fragments conserved in archive drawers and even preserved rolls found in the back of an attic.

Product Details

Brand Collection Product Code
Little Greene National Trust Papers LG10245ACAURORPTW
Width Length Pattern repeat
156cm 3.25mtr 156cm

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