Little Greene Wallpaper Briar Rose Salix
The Little Greene Briar Rose Wallpaper is a delightful representation of the "Arts and Crafts" style, characterized by its densely stylized natural motifs. This wallpaper's history is particularly fascinating as it was originally designed by Walter Crane, a renowned children's book illustrator. Many of Crane's illustrations, like "Briar Rose," found their way onto nursery wallpapers.
The roots of "Briar Rose" trace back to its use as the background in a wallpaper called "The Sleeping Beauty," which featured characters from the Sleeping Beauty story amidst the roses. This design was discovered at Oxburgh Hall, although little is known about the specific location within the house where it was used, as much of the original exists today only as loose samples.
Today, the Briar Rose Wallpaper is available in three gentle combinations and three vibrant colourways, offering a versatile choice for interior decoration. Whether you opt for a more subtle or vibrant palette, this wallpaper beautifully captures the charm of the Arts and Crafts style, making it an excellent choice for those seeking to infuse their living spaces with a touch of artistic elegance and heritage.
|Collection||National Trust Papers III|
|Adhesive Application||Paste the wall|
|Lead Time||10-14 working days|