National Trust II Tulip (Erddig, Wrexham) c.1898 Wallpaper
National Trust II Tulip (Erddig, Wrexham) c.1898 Wallpaper :
Considered to be one of Britain’s finest country houses, Erddig, just outside Wrexham in North Wales, is home to an abundant collection of wallpapers.
Some still adorn the walls of the state rooms, but many more have been found as samples in tea-chests in the attic rooms. At the turn of the 20th century, they were collected by Philip and Louisa Yorke, who were recently married and committed to the redecoration of Erddig, their new family home.
This pattern of scrolling foliage is unusual in its execution; the graded colour which gives life and depth to the leaves was, even in 1898, a contemporary evolution of the traditional, flat damask design.
This is sold per roll and available in 7 colours.
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