Zoffany Palladio Columns Wallpaper is inspired by classical architecture, repeating rows of Corinthian-style columns tower skyward in Robert Nicholsons 1956 design. Smart and structured, yet youthful and naive, this hugely versatile paper has been repurposed with the addition of metallic inks and contemporary colour. Available in three colourways: Olive/Bone Black, Empire Grey/Architects White and Vine Black/Antique Gold.
Zoffany Palladio Columns Wallpaper
Zoffany Palladio Medallion Wallpaper is unapologetically masculine. A pride of neoclassical lions emerges from the shadows in these striking etched roundels. Contrasting against the original textural ground, this interpretation has been pared down slightly and a trompe loeil element added, introducing a three-dimensional aspect to the design. Available in three colourways: Malachite/Gold, Silver/Perfect White and Lazuli/Nickle.
Zoffany Palladio Medallion Wallpaper
Zoffany Palladio Montacute Wallpaper, with its origins thought to lie amongst the aged façade of Somersets Montacute House, this fabulous design features a neat row of classical statues in arcaded niches. Representing a moment in time, original mark-making detail beautifully captures the handwriting of its artist. Available in two colourways: Flint Grey/Ink and City Grey/Fig Grey.
Zoffany Palladio Montacute Wallpaper
Zoffany Palladio Precarious Pangolins Wallpaper carefully makes its way across a game of metaphorical snakes and ladders, pangolin mothers desperately clamber across a perilous terrain of rickety bridges. Dicing with the precarities of life, the next generation scrambles to cling on as giant floating fruits disguise the subversive tone of a carnivalesque atmosphere. One of the most illegally trafficked animals of the past decade, the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) has listed all eight species of pangolin under the threat of extinction.
Zoffany Palladio Precarious Pangolins Wallpaper
Zoffany Palladio Sicilian Lion Wallpaper is a renowned symbol of British identity, this 1956 lion regardant (looking backwards) was a fitting choice for public buildings, rising to become one of Palladios most popular patterns. Reduced in scale from the near three foot high original and given a more modern perspective, this reimagined version is rotary screen printed to give a fabulous depth of colour. Available in three colourways: Cinnabar/Bronze, Serpentine/Gold and Bone Black/Copper.