Little Greene Wallpaper Millefleur Masquerade
The Little Greene Millefleur Wallpaper is a design of great historical significance, drawing its inspiration from a truly rare and remarkable object. This design features floral detail that is directly inspired by the oldest tapestry under the care of the National Trust, residing at Montacute House in Somerset. This tapestry, woven from wool and silk, is approximately 10 square meters in size and depicts a knight against a backdrop of hundreds of tiny flowers on a dark background. It dates back to the 15th century and is part of a larger set, originally given by the city of Tournai in Belgium to Jean de Daillon, a French nobleman and Governor of Dauphine.
The Millefleur Wallpaper is a stunning representation of this historical tapestry, offering a unique opportunity to bring a touch of 15th-century artistry and craftsmanship into modern interiors. Its intricate floral patterns on a dark background create a rich and visually captivating atmosphere. This wallpaper allows you to connect with the heritage of Montacute House and the cultural exchange between Belgium and France during that era, making it an exceptional choice for those who appreciate the fusion of history and design in their living spaces.
|National Trust Papers II
|Paste the wall
|10-14 working days