Farrow & Ball has introduced the Broccato Papers, their latest collection of traditionally made wallpapers, uniquely crafted using Farrow & Ball paint printed onto paper.
Broccato Papers is comprised of six delightful wallpapers, inspired by the Italian Renaissance period.
Named after the Italian translation for â€˜brocadeâ€™, all six designs within the collection are stimulated by the rich decorative fabrics featured in 14th and 15th century Renaissance paintings, housed at the National Gallery.
- There is a choice of ten colourways for each pattern, from soft neutrals and pretty pastels to bolder colours and metallic accents.
- The collection includes a number of new colours, including the soft mauve Brassica and lead-toned grey Plummett.
- Crivelli Rose in our picture is a classic brocade pattern, featuring extravagant plumes of oak tree and acorn motifs in majestic rosettes, linked by intricate wheat-inspired trellising.
- Crivelli Trellis the corresponding design, is a simple and delicate wheat-detailed trellis.
Farrow & Ball has been making paint in Dorset, England one batch at a time, since the company was founded and remains one of only a few companies making a full range of traditional and modern paint finishes of the highest quality.
Please visit the website to view the entire charming Broccato Papers wallpaper collection.