Dating back to the last century these archetypal designs have been recreated in fresh new colourways: Vintage Rose, Peony Brights and Primrose & Dove. Nostalgic yet vibrant; a contemporary way to bring classic florals into the home.
VINTAGE ROSE & PEONY
Designed in 1927, Rose & Peony began life as a wallpaper design with 16 colours (a mark of luxury in wallpaper design). It was produced by surface roller printing at the original Sanderson wallpaper factory in Chiswick. In 1930 the design was first printed as a fabric and the pattern has been a Sanderson favourite ever since.
Available in 3 colourways: Vintage Rose, Peony Brights and Primrose/Dove.
Created by then head designer, Kenneth Vivian Truman in 1959 to celebrate Sanderson’s centenary year in 1960. Chelsea has been known to occupy Sanderson’s textile print machines for six months at a time, such is its popularity. It is the most iconic of all Sanderson florals and Truman is credited for creating ‘the Sanderson look’. Chelsea is the foundation on which all classic, Sanderson floral patterns are built.
Available in 2 colourways: Indigo/Linen and Vintage Rose.
VINTAGE STAPLETON PARK
Created by Pat Etheridge, a Sanderson in-house studio designer since the mid-1960s. This awe-inspiring pattern encapsulates the characteristics of an English country house chintz. Stapleton Park remains one of Sanderson’s best loved patterns and continues to decorate homes throughout the world.
Available in 3 colourways: Primrose/Dove, Indigo/Linen and Peony Brights.
VINTAGE KASHMIR PAISLEY
A reinterpreted paisley from the Sanderson archive, Kashmir Paisley evokes the spirit of Bohemia, with its sweeping outlines and vivacious colours. Paisleys are an amazing way, to layer pattern, this one has been coloured to beautifully complement the three statement designs of this collection, or equally to make a statement in its own right.
Available in 3 colourways: Peony Brights, Indigo/Linen and Vintage Rose.
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