Inspired by the architectural heritage of Britain, Graham & Brown has introduced the 'Eccentrics' collection.
Made up of five whimsical wallpapers, the Eccentrics collection is a celebration of all things quintessentially British.
'Eccentrics' designs include: 'Tudor Houses', a busy architectural collage of traditional northern English mills; 'Loo Loo', featuring drawings of quirky Victorian-style lavatories; 'Eccentric', which features a woodland scene adorned with Union Jacks, pigeons and bowler hats; and 'Damasquerade', an intricate Damask design made up of a wonderful setting for a candlelit dinner for two.
About the manufacturer: Started by two British friends, Harold Graham and Henry Brown in 1946, the Graham & Brown wallpaper company was launched after World War II when there was a severe shortage of paper following the War. Henry and Harold cleverly procured a large supply of surplus metallic paper, an eight-colour surface printer and a new embossing machine, with which the two men began a wallpaper revolution. Today the company has expanded into the United States, France, Holland, Russia, Canada, and China and has an international reputation as a leading design house and manufacturer of high quality wallpaper.