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‘Honeysuckle and Tulip’ wallpaper from The Craftsman Wallpapers was first produced in 1876 an early William Morris fabric design. It depicts entwined foliage and flower motifs in a mirrored pattern repeat. The effect is of a trellis circling large multi-petalled tulips and stylised honeysuckle. The inspiration to convert the pattern to wallpaper came from the Honeysuckle bedroom at Wightwick Manor where the fabric was used as a magnificent wall hanging.
It’s available in five colourways after the original fabric and introducing a dramatic charcoal version.