Little Greene Wallpaper Poppy Trail Masquerade
The Little Greene Poppy Trail Wallpaper is a stunning representation of late 19th-century floral wallpaper design. This flamboyant pattern features large, stylized poppies and is a classic example of the wallpapers produced during that era. While the specific designer is unknown, it is believed that Arthur L. Gwatkin, known for producing papers with a similar aesthetic, may have been the creative mind behind this design.
This wallpaper was discovered adorning the walls of the corridor leading to the top of the staircase at Felbrigg Hall, as well as in a rolled sample in the attic stores. It offers a rich historical connection to the decor of that time. The Poppy Trail Wallpaper is available in five tonal colourways, each with statement grounds, allowing you to choose the one that best suits your interior design vision.
This wallpaper design brings a touch of late 19th-century opulence and artistry into modern interiors. Its bold and vibrant poppy pattern adds a touch of drama and flair, making it a striking choice for those looking to infuse their living spaces with a sense of grandeur and history.
|Collection||National Trust Papers III|
|Adhesive Application||Paste the wall|
|Lead Time||10-14 working days|