Little Greene Wallpaper Upper Brook Street Matin
The Little Greene Upper Brook Street Wallpaper is a captivating design that features brightly coloured kniphofia flowers, also known as torch lillies or red hot pokers. These flowers, originating from Africa but named after German horticulturalist Johan Hieronymous Kniphof, are showcased in a bespoke decoration. The flowers were recorded as having been hand-painted and applied over a pre-hung wall covering in a late 18th-century Upper Brook Street house, creating a unique and vibrant scene.
To replicate the natural backdrop behind the kniphofia flowers, Little Greene has adapted a motif from its Stag Toile paper, adding depth and visual interest to the overall design.
This wallpaper is part of Little Greene's mural designs and is supplied in a standard 10m roll. It consists of three drops, each measuring 3.25m in height. The pokers repeat every drop, but the full background scene is only completed when all three drops are hung. This wallpaper offers a dynamic and visually appealing choice for interior decoration, allowing you to create a striking focal point in your living space with the vivid colours of the kniphofia flowers.
|National Trust Papers III & London Wallpapers IV
|1.56m x 3.25m
|Paste the wall
|10-14 working days