The soft Asian-inspired, geometric print of Feather Fan invites the eye wherever it is placed. The subtle lustre of the Charcoal and Bronze colourway gives added depth to this delicate pointillist-like design, whilst Taupe, Ballet Slipper, Seafoam, and Old Olive provide a charmingly sophisticated art deco palette.
Today, the Cole & Son archive consists of approximately 1,800 block print designs, 350 screen print designs and a huge quantity of original drawings and wallpapers, representing all the styles from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Amongst these are some of the most important historic wallpaper designs in the world. Cole & Son has provided wallpapers for many historic houses including Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament.Cole & Son was founded in 1875 by John Perry, son of a Cambridgeshire merchant. In those days the company was situated in Islington, north London, an area famous for the 190 hand block printing companies working there in the 18th and 19th centuries.These wallpapers are paste the wall products.Colours shown on-screen may vary from the original wallpaper, we therefore recommend ordering a sample to view the true colours.
Their magnificent archive is on occasion the source of new designs within their collections. Designs are carefully selected, adapted and coloured by the Cole & Son designers and printed by craftsmen to produce wallpapers faithful to the character of the original document, yet contemporary in feel.
Cole & Son continues to produce innovative and beautiful designs; the current collections reflect their long and distinguished history as well as their continuing passion for new and exciting wallpapers.