Aldwych is beautiful updated rococo style wallpaper from Cole and Son. The Aldwych wallpaper was name and styled after the London Theatre and Crescent. This damask patterned wallpaper is available in 6 different colour ways from blues, to gold’s and greens.
The inspiration for Albemarle collection of wallpapers from Cole and Son was the Albemarle Club, a Victorian private members club. Based in London this notorious club was both progressive and bohemian and will always be remembered for two things – its progressive view on women and its connection to Oscar Wilde. The collection is both romantic and glamorous and at the same time slightly bohemian. There are nine designs in the collection each named after and influenced by a Victorian cultural icon or gem
Baudelaire :- a French poet,
Chatterton:- English Poet Thomas Chatterton
Wyndham:- opened in 1899 by Actor/manger Charles Wyndham, Wyndham's Theatre is still running today
Albery:- James Albery was a successful victorian playwright,
Aldwych:- is an Ewardian theatre in London’s West End that is still running today.
Byron:- Lord Byron – leading light of the Romantics and widely regarded as one of Britain’s best poet died tragically young he is still read and loved today
Piccadilly:- –Albemarle street in runs off this London street Piccadilly
Blake:- Major 19th century writer and artist and a leading figure of the Romantic Age
Coleridge:- Samuel Taylor Coleridge poet and founder of the Romantic Movement famous for the tale of the Ancient Mariner and Kubla Khan
Cole and son Wallpapers are made to the highest quality and all of their current collections of wallpapers reflect their long history and also their passion for creating new and exciting designs to fill all of our homes. Skilled craftsmen print all of their wallpapers, which help them all to have their unique character whilst still feeling contemporary and up to date.