The Birchgrove Collection is an eclectic selection of designs taken from some of The Design Archives most popular original fabric prints and reinterpreted into a stunning new wallpaper range.
It is available in six prints and one plain, offering a myriad of classic styles – from chinoiserie-inspired large scale floral blossoms, to the intricate flourishes of Art Deco design, through to the symmetric beauty of Asian-inspired motifs – all are offered in a sophisticated palette of colour-ways to suit any interior.
A charming trailing floral design developed from a mid-19th Century Mulhouse archival document. Available in 7 stunning colour-ways.
Albertina is an intricately detailed classic archival French toile design. Available in 4 versatile and pretty colour-ways.
Grand Floral is one of our signature designs with an exotic bird and extravagant floral design developed from a David Hayward document.
Tiffany is a Michel Vidal small-scale design from the 1970s reminiscent of Arts and Crafts Liberty prints.
A vibrant Eastern batik-style block print pattern taken from an archival fabric piece it is a perfect co-ordinate and comes in a range of colour-ways from soft pastel tones to vibrant neons.
Has the same subtle woven texture as Malaya. Available in the same 10 base colours as Malaya as well as three additional colours.
A trailing botanical design taken from an 18th-century chinoiserie archive fragment. Exotic Fruits is available in three beautiful colour-ways.