Lee Jofa's Modern Wallpapers

 

Named after an infamous bohemian private members club opened in London in 1874 – just a year before Cole & Son was founded – the collection evokes the glamorous and poetic era of the 18thand 19th century.

Each of the nine designs references a cultural icon or gem of the time.

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BAUDELAIRE

 

The print references the fashion for gilding with ornamental gold leaf and other 
precious metals. This elegant pattern of feathered plumes is designed as a panel 
and features burnished metallics on a range of neutral grounds.

The print references the fashion for gilding with ornamental gold leaf and other precious metals. This elegant pattern of feathered plumes is designed as a panel and features burnished metallics on a range of neutral grounds.

 

CHATTERTON

Featuring decorative fern leaves and exotic fruits printed in cool chalky hues of white and stone on coloured grounds. The print is based on an old archive design, re-coloured and re-invented for the contemporary interior

 

WYNDHAM

Cast in moody fashion tones of slate grey, peacock blue, old gold, carmine and pearly grey, Wyndham was inspired by the decorative mouldings and gilding on display in the London theatre of the same name.

 

ALBERY

 

A modern twist on the trend for antique decorative glass, using ornamental elements from the archives to create a bevelled mirror design. Printed on a foil backing, this design comes in six subtle reflective shades of aged silvers, rusted bronze, faded blues and amethyst.

 

ALDWYCH

 

An updated rococo style design from the archives, named after the famous London crescent and theatre. Features elaborate leafy scrolls and is printed using highlights of textured glitter in dramatic charcoals, golds, crimson, jade and ultramarine.

 

BLAKE

 

A classic surface printed damask layered over subtly patterned grounds of deep red, rich gold, teal, graphite and pewter.

 

BYRON

 

An elegant damask featuring gilded peacocks in precious mineral hues of emerald, copper, teal, pewter and graphite. Inspired by the Victorian love of ornamental birds, the print is opulent and exotic.

 

PICCADILLY

A humorous take on the ‘blue and white’ tile, Piccadilly creates a striking pattern of intricately decorated tiles in traditional colourings of blues, turquoises, yellows and black.

 

COLERIDGE

 

A popular archive design re-coloured in chalky ground shades of stone, white, ochre and camel, with highlights of china blue, leafy green and sooty charcoal. A graceful arrangement of leaves and budding flowers makes up this very handsome wallpaper.