Carlisle Fauna Forest
English Heritage Carlisle Fauna Forest
English Heritage Carlisle Fauna Forest
English Heritage Carlisle Fauna Forest
English Heritage Carlisle Fauna Forest
Carlisle Fauna Forest
English Heritage Carlisle Fauna Forest
English Heritage Carlisle Fauna Forest
English Heritage Carlisle Fauna Forest
English Heritage Carlisle Fauna Forest
Designers Guild

English Heritage Carlisle Fauna Forest

PEH0005/04

Regular price £75.00 Save Liquid error (product-template line 120): Computation results in '-Infinity'%
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A multi coloured block print style design featuring flowers and leaves in all-over form. Traditionally surface printed onto a heavyweight non-woven ground for ease of hanging. In five versatile colourways from soft to rich and dark tones- coordinating fabric also available. The original wallpaper fragment was in a single tonal colour block print in a panelled form edged with vertical stripes. The team at Designers Guild re-worked this as an all-over pattern in multi colour tones to create a more versatile design. Removed in 1990 from No.17 Carlisle Street in London's Soho district built in 1765 - the name came from the mansion built in the mid 1680's which was occupied by the Countess of Carlisle. No.17 Carlisle Street still exists today as one of the largest houses in the area and the exterior and interior still retain many original features. (Wallpaper - Width: 52cm, Vertical Pattern Repeat: 52cm, 75.00 per roll)

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After Treatments:

Sheen Upholstery Ltd strongly advises against the use of any further chemical treatment. Such treatments may adversely affect the wearing qualities and general performance of the fabric. We regret therefore, we are unable to accept responsibility for any fabrics treated by a third party in this way other than in its original manufacturing process.