Tented Stripe 1372

Tented Stripe

$225.00
Tented Stripe is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Inspired by the Regency trend for draped textiles, our Tented Stripe paper evokes the escapism of nights under canvas. Combining subtle, barely there lines with bolder stripes, its variegated pattern makes a sophisticated statement.

Full roll width is 53cm/21", roll length is 10m, stripe size is 12cm/4 3/4". Available in 55 colourways.

Both the pattern shown above and the colours listed are for guidance only. The physical product may not be an exact match to paint colours in our palette or the digital representation of the pattern. To ensure this is the perfect paper for your project, we recommend ordering a free sample. Our traditional methods of crafting wallpaper can result in minor differences between batches. For the most consistent results, it’s best to order all the rolls you need in one go.

Ground Colour:

Colour Schemes

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accent Colour Slipper Satin
No.2004
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trim Colour Off-White
No.3
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accent Colour Fawn
No.10
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trim Colour Hague Blue
No.30

Farrow & Ball Wallpaper

Handcrafted in Dorset using traditional methods and our very own paint, you won’t find wallpaper like ours anywhere else.


Expertly handcrafted

Handcrafted using traditional printing methods and bespoke equipment, every roll of our wallpaper is made in small batches by the artisans at our Dorset factory for an extraordinary finish.

A coat of the background colour is brushed on, creating the same visible brushstrokes, texture and added depth it would have in the 18th century. Then the embellishment follows, using flatbed, roller or the open-trough method. These techniques mean every repeat of the pattern is slightly different and completely unique. 

Created using our paints

You won’t find wallpaper like ours anywhere else.

Our wallpaper is paint on paper, rather than digitally printed ink, and not just any paint, we use our very own richly pigmented, water based paints. Paint on paper creates a beautifully tactile, textured finish that adds interest to any wall. Using Farrow & Ball paint in particular, means every design has the unrivalled richness and depth of colour we’re known for. The final touch is a fine layer of protective glaze.

Sustainably sourced paper

To try and lessen our impact on the planet, we’ve made sure all the paper we use is sourced from sustainably managed forests and because our wallpaper contains no vinyl, any offcuts are recyclable. Do check the specific policy in your local area to see how to recycle yours. See our Sustainability page for details.


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very smart lovely quality This wallpaper sample was lovely, super colour, but not quite suitable for where I wanted to use the paper. I painted the wall instead
Date published: 2023-11-13