Paisley

With clean lines and a mesmeric, curving pattern, our version of this popular print is based on a 19th-century French fabric. Originating in Persia before making its name in the West in the weaving houses of Scotland, Paisley is a truly global paper – contemporary, but with an enduring appeal.

Full roll width is 53cm/21", roll length is 10m, pattern repeat 29cm / 11 7/16". Available in 7 colourways.

Our traditional methods of crafting wallpaper can result in subtle but noticeable differences between batches of the same design. For the most consistent results, it’s best to order all the rolls you’ll need for your project in one go.

Paisley is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
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ECO-FRIENDLY

All of the paper we use is sourced from sustainable forests and responsibly manufactured. When we print it, we do so with our own water based paints, and the finished roll contains no vinyl, meaning that any leftover paper can be easily recycled.


QUALITY CRAFTMANSHIP

Wallpapers are usually made with ink, but not ours – we use our own richly pigmented paint, creating an effortless connection between paint and paper. The expert craftsmen at our Dorset factory use artisanal methods to print each roll, and finish with a fine coat of specially formulated glaze to ensure a durable, wipeable surface.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sample swatches Really helpful for getting a sense of scale, and colour. Also hand to help match up paint colours/ and get an idea of the effect the base colour in your room. Thank you F&B
Date published: 2020-02-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Really like the colour and pattern but.... We purchased the blue paisley wallpaper, it looks really great but was a nightmare for our decorator, who is very experienced. The paper kept tearing and matching the pattern was problematic and very wasteful. It was a small room with a few nooks so would have been a challenge but the poor quality of the paper made it a very stressful and expensive experience for us and the decorator. The backing should match the colour as the white shows through if you slightly nick it so not sure how practical it is going to be!
Date published: 2021-04-02
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