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HAMPTON GOLD WALLPAPER

HAMPTON GOLD WALLPAPER

£220.00

Blackpop

Hampton Gold Wallpaper by Blackpop for AUTHOR's collection of British-made luxury homeware

Regular price £220 Sale

Printed in the UK by the talented team at Blackpop.

Blackpop have collaborated with the Sir John Soane's Museum to create this opulent design. Motifs have been dismantled and rejigged from Sir John Soane's and Robert Adam's architectural drawings as well as a sketch for the ceiling of the Queen's State Bed Chamber at Hampton Court Palace, 1715, by Sir James Thornhill.

The Hampton Gold Wallpaper is digitally printed in the UK with environmentally friendly inks (no formaldehyde) on coated, non-woven paper.

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    MEASUREMENTS

  • Width: 52cm
    Roll Length: 10m
    Pattern Drop: 60cm
    Style: Half Drop
    Weight: 180gms
  • DELIVERY

  • If not in stock - 2 to 4 weeks.


    AUTHOR will deliver your product as quickly and as carefully as possible. We pride ourselves on our fastidious packaging and despatch service. Where our products are handmade, your order could take a matter of weeks; in these instances we will provide you an approx. leadtime and then keep you updated by phone or email as to the progress of your order. Where there’s a short wait for hand-crafted items made in small batches or for a custom order, trust us; it’s always worth it. Any item intended as a gift is beautifully wrapped, as standard.

    Orders under £80 incur a delivery charge of £7. Delivery is free for orders of standard products over £80. Delicate or non-standard pieces are marked as such and incur a delivery fee depending on your location and the size/weight of the piece.

  • TO TREASURE FOR EVER

  • Paste the wall with a ready-mixed wallpaper paste. The pattern is UV-stable. Sponge lightly, if needed.
Why we love this product

Rich, golden opulence.

From afar this gorgeous wallpaper is a fun and abstract design but on closer inspection the architectural details from Sir John Soane and Robert Adam's drawings can be seen. The Neoclassical ceiling painting motifs of intertwining bodies, cherubs, horses and textiles layered on top of each other are inspired from a sketch by Sir James Thornhill in 1715 of the Queen's State Bed Chamber ceiling at Hampton Court Palace. 

This layering of motifs evokes the way one might find in a historical home layers of paper and paint built up over time and waiting to be uncovered. Traces of different centuries and eras combine together to say something new.


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