Crown wallpapers Crown Wallpaper, also known as the Crown Wallpaper Company, was an agglomeration of wallpaper manufacturers in the UK in 1899, and the Crown Wallpaper Archive, comprising 5,000 wallpaper samples and pattern books from the early 1950s to the late 1960s, is held at the Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture.
There is therefore, many years of experience behind these wallpaper collections, which continue to be added to and improved. Currently, if it is luxury you are after then the Casablanca range is certain to appeal to you. The finely detailed faux silk brocade features a matt embossed damask on a soft sheen ground and is available in a choice of four classic colours - ecru, mallow, silver grey and raspberry.
Should you prefer something more delicate and romantic then the Tea Rose collection beckons with its subtle lacy damasks creating a traditional country ambience. There are textured wallpapers, too, such as the Gilt Rose collection, which has an Art Nouveau trailing rose design with co-ordinating stripe. This is also offered in popular colours of teal, ruby red and charcoal black. Just a few of the many collections and designs to give you a little taster of the many that are available at very reasonable prices, including children's wallpapers, fun and funky papers and a wide range of Anaglypta.